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Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:47 AM
Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:16 PM
I'd like to award you all your HPC Junior Freud badge.
I still think that if you lower the asking price below £250K you're more likely to get a sale.
Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:17 PM
- Inflation to drop sharply and to a level that makes pay rises and savings account rates seem half decent
- BTL to be revealed as the next financial disaster in the making as potential tenants buy lower priced houses
- Progress to be made toward the market bottoming out from 2015, so more falls but not as seen in 08-09
Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:21 PM
Starter home? £260k seems a bit steep for a pre-family young couple needing a two bedroom flat (even if it is in one of the
Family home? Only two bedroom.. no use for anyone planning more than one child or having granny to stay.
Retirement Home? Perhaps the ground floor would make an ok retirement flat, but I didn't see any mobility assistance to help people get to the upper flats.
Holiday home? Not likely some how.
Looks like one of those places which looks nice but is completely impractical to 90% of home buyers. I guess I will be proved wrong when it sells for 10% over asking price courtesy of some canny investors..
Edit to add: I would have thought most buyers looking in the area would go for something more like this.. Linky. Not much bigger, but ticks the three bedrooms and a garden boxes plus the price looks negotiable.
This post has been edited by libspero: 20 February 2012 - 12:27 PM
Just as you cannot spend your way out of recession, you cannot, in a global economy, simply spend your way through recovery either.
(Gordon Brown, Labour Party Annual Conference, 29 September 1997)
So, housing affordability is better than it has ever been, but no-one can take advantage of this because they can't afford the houses. I see.
cybernoid - 7th August 2010
Gambling promises the poor what property promises the rich - something for nothing
George Bernard Shaw