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  1. Excellent advise, thank you. Luckily there seems to be an enormous choice of rentals in Norwich, most of which seem in good nick. Cheers PMhttp://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif
  2. Thanks, I've stuck it on now. It's a shame it doesn't show anything earlier than today.. I keep seeing Nestoria mentioned but can' get anything when I look, do you know what I've got wrong? Many thanks PM
  3. WOW! - NESTORIA http://www.nestoria.co.uk/norwich/property/buy Posted on the news blog today, this is one site to bookmark as it's reflecting what's actually happening at this moment with asking prices, not what happened a few months ago with Land Registry data. Just look at the falls in 1 month from March to April - the big falls (20% nominal and 25% real) that I'm predicting from Q2 08 to Q2 09 are well under way. I'm sure W&S loves the 'Buy prices in Norwich' graph as well and can tell us how that fits in with what she's done! Hi, why can't I open nestoria? I just get a blank page?
  4. Thanks for the replies- quite a few we've looked at are being sold by property developers, not sure if that is having an effect. What is property bee? - not heard of that at all...
  5. Hi, I'm relocating to Norwich because of my new job and have been watching house prices since the summer. I've read the other posts on this forum and most seem to be discussing the £120k and below market, can anyone offer me advice on the £300-350k houses for sale? House prices where I am in London have dropped by about 10% in the last 3 months but prices seem to be static in Norwich and Thorpe St Andrew where we're looking even though exactly the same houses are still for sale as 3 months ago. Have I got this wrong? Any advice gratefully received Cheers, PM
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