The best value commuter towns have been revealed by Zoopla, amid rising train fares at the start of the year.
Grays in Essex topped the list as the best value commuter spot for London, with combined annual costs of £15,008 for a mortgage and season ticket.
Leagrave in Bedfordshire came second for value, where commuters have a 55 minute journey with a total annual cost of £15,399.
Crayford in Kent was in third place, with a combined mortgage and travel price of £15,662.
Wolverhampton was revealed as the best value option for Birmingham commuters, while Hindley was the top location for Manchester, and Dunfermline the best value for Edinburgh commuters.
Laura Howard, consumer expert at Zoopla, said: “As the new season ticket prices come into effect this month, much to the frustration of millions of commuters across Britain, those looking to relocate to save money should pay close attention to these figures.
“The past decade has seen significant property price growth in prime London commuter belt towns, but despite this our analysis still picks out pockets across south east England that represent affordable value for commuters.”
She added: “Areas outside London and the south east are generally more affordable, but commuters can still save money on their daily travel into the likes of Birmingham and Bristol by looking at towns they might not have yet considered, but still have good transport links.”