With property prices soaring at the moment, knowing how and where to get your hands on affordable homes has never been as important as it is now. 

Rightmove currently has hundreds of properties in Berkshire for way below the average price of houses.

So with that in mind here's our pick of the cheapest properties currently sitting on Rightmove.

The first is a 2/3 bedroom prefabricated home in Wokingham. 

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This newly built buy-to-let prefabricated home has a u-shaped open-plan kitchen, and a separate shower/bath spread over 432 sq ft.

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These homes are manufactured to BS3632 standards meaning they can be used as permanent residences.

A unit's lifespan is up to 25 years and all homes come with full insurance cover. There is a break clause and various exit options every 2 years.

All homes come fully managed and with a fixed income return which the homeowner receives monthly.

The second on our list is this one-bed apartment in Newbury. 

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The property has a spacious sitting room, a kitchen/dining room with views over the rooftops of Newbury town centre a double bedroom, and a family bathroom.

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The property price is for a 25% share of ownership.

The property has gas-fired heating and all mains services are connected.

As well as being home to Newbury Racecourse, the town itself offers a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure, and educational facilities, in addition to boasting one of the best parks in the world just minutes away from the town centre, Victoria Park, recently voted as such for its highest possible environmental standards, continual high maintenance and excellent visitor facilities.

Next on our list is this one-bed flat on Caversham Road in Reading. 

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This superb modern home is available to buy from as little as £68,250 with a 35% share. 

A spacious top floor apartment, situated in a highly sought after location and just a short walk from both Caversham and Reading centre along with Reading mainline train station which provides access to the Elizabeth Line and direct fast trains into London Paddington.

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The accommodation includes an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with a Juliet balcony, a double bedroom and bathroom.

The next is this apartment in Reading. 

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Inside you will find an entrance hallway with two spacious storage cupboards with room for shoes and coat storage.

Next up is the open plan living room and kitchen, which offers lots of natural light which makes the space welcoming and airy, giving a comfortable lounging space.

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