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  1. Sold 2011 for £1,100,000. That's not much of an uplift in 10 years. And it's still not sold.
  2. It's now divided into 3 lots with the same total asking proce...
  3. I realise this isn't for many people but £550 PSF is way down on 2016 prices. It's getting close to good value. (I'd be concerned about the Service fee though!)
  4. I lived in this area for 10+ years and know this building. You would have been paying in well in of £1K per sq/ft back in 2015 so this one is really showing what's happening out there. This almost looks like good value. (Ducks head!)
  5. Thanks for the reminder and all the hard work. It's a great add-in that really helps. Donated.
  6. GUIDE PRICE OF £850,000-1,250,000. What on earth!
  7. Unlikely to get out without a loss once costs are taken into account. The previous owner however...
  8. Obviously if the outcome is a good one then it's defintely going to be down to the savvy investor's skill and knowledge and no one is going to take that away from them! It would also be fully deserved as they "took the risk"!
  9. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/jun/17/nationwide-triples-minimum-deposit-for-uk-first-time-buyers Headline talks about First time buyers but in the text it states - Nationwide said the 15% minimum deposit would apply to all new house purchase, remortgage and first-time buyer applicants. This might be challenging for existing borrowers coming to the end of their fixed % period.
  10. Seems the only people profiting from HTB are the builders. Who knew?! https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/06/exclusive-one-in-seven-help-to-buy-homes-lose-value-despite-local-house-prices-soaring/
  11. I know nothing of the area Mike but it looks very nice on the sunny day the photos were taken! It's been on the market for a while with slow decreases in price. It's not gone up too much in the last 16 years either
  12. Thanks for all of your hard work GB it's much appreciated. I've added a further contribution to help with the costs. Bankside
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