According to the research, homebuyers don’t believe they will purchase such home until they are around 41 years.
Some areas of Liverpool saw house price value halve since 2008.
Aston Villa’s B6, Birmingham achieves yields of 6.98% on a monthly rental price of £760.
Liverpool residents expect to pay just £2,787, compared to £22,417 spent in upfront costs for those looking to purchase a typical property in London.
The results reveal even a home in desirable Chelsea would only take a Premier player 37 weeks to stump up the cash to buy the deeds.
Other cities with strong growth were Leicester (5.3%), Manchester (5.1%) and Glasgow (5.0%).
A Premier League player earns almost enough every game (£69,540) to buy a house near the grounds of Liverpool or Everton, where the average house price is £78,093, Halifax has found.
Manchester has the highest annual growth rate (7.4%), followed by Liverpool (7.2%), Birmingham (6.8%) and Leicester (6.5%), the UK City House Price Index for June…
Liverpool postcodes L7 and L6 take first and second place with rental yields of 11.79% and 11.59%, which are close to two of Liverpool’s three universities.
This is based on enquiries made via Student.com, a marketplace for student accommodation, throughout 2017 to more than 426 popular study destination cities worldwide.