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  1. Anyone see this last night? The show's blurb:- Property developer Gary McCausland follows the progress of two couples trying to make money from buying and selling property. Liverpudlians Amanda and Tracy have gone well over budget and are still struggling to find a buyer. Will they accept their losses and sell? And in Bristol best mates Jem and Dave are flying high after making a killing on their first house. But beginner's luck soon runs out when they rush into buying their second property. Will they be stuck with a property no one wants? and did anyone catch the part where Mr McCausland s
  2. looks like this film could be a crash indicator! The Money Pit - 1986 property boom ended 1989
  3. The remake of this great film was The Money Pit with Tom Hanks in 1986, when the previous property boom was in full swing!
  4. If you can a copy of it, Bob Beckman's book 'Crashes' has a whole chapter on property slumps in the US, including Florida where prices took 40 years to recover! Amazon have a copy
  5. did you make a note of the address? as the program's a year or so old, the sale price history could be checked
  6. to answer your questions 1. yes, they were all at the Alsop auction on Thursday 15th December 2005 2. I didn't go to the auction, just read the results online 3. I don't know. Have a good Christmas!
  7. 4-bed detached house, sold for 495K on 7/3/2003 and for 407K at Alsop's auction on 15/12/2005. a fall of 88K or 17% lot details:- ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Lot 311 Guide Price £370,000+ Result £407,000 186 Langton Way, Blackheath, London SE3 A Freehold Detached House BY ORDER OF MORTGAGEES Tenure Freehold. Location The property is situated on the south side of Langton Way, close to its junction with St John’s Park. The amenities of Blackheath Standard are a short walk away with the bars and restaurants of Blackheath Villag
  8. 2-bed flat sold new for 155K on 18/10/2001 then 170K on 7/2/2003 and for 140K at Alsop's auction on 15/12/2005 a drop of 30K from it's peak, down 17% lot details:- -------------------------------------------------------------------- Lot 147 Guide Price £120,000+ Result £140,000 67A Staines Road East, Sunbury, Middlesex BY ORDER OF MORTGAGEES A Leasehold Self-Contained Purpose Built First Floor Flat Tenure Leasehold. The property is held on a lease for a term of 99 years from 24th June 2001 (thus having approximately 95 years unexpired) at a current ground rent of £150 per
  9. 1-bed flat sold for 185K on 11/3/2003 and for 135K at Allsop's auction on 15/12/2005. a fall of 27%. lot details:- ------------------------------------------ Lot 310 Guide Price £130,000 - £140,000 Result £135,000 Flat 3, 63 Thornton Avenue, Streatham Hill, London SW2 BY ORDER OF J H GERSHINSON FRICS AND S DAVIDSON MRICS OF ALLSOP ACTING AS JOINT FIXED CHARGE RECEIVERS A Leasehold Self-Contained Second Floor Flat subject to an Occupancy Tenure Leasehold. The property is held on a lease for a term of 99 years from 1st April 2003 (thus having approximately 97 years unexpire
  10. 1-bed flat sold for 125K on 12/9/2003 and for 100K at Alsop's auction on 15/12/2005 down 20%. Here's the lot details:- ----------------------------------------- Flat C, 92 Holmesdale Road, South Norwood, London SE25 BY ORDER OF j h gershinson frics and s davidson mrics of allsop acting as joint fixed charge receivers A Leasehold Self-Contained Second Floor Flat Tenure Leasehold. The property is held on a lease for a term of 125 years from 25th December 2002 (thus having approximately 122 years unexpired) at a current ground rent of £250 per annum. Location The property is situated
  11. 246 Morden Road, Merton Park, SW19 2DA (No previous prices available as it has been in the same family ownership for 30 years). At auction, it reached 310K, but didn't sell. It's located opposite the National Trust's Morden Hall Park, although is next to a car dealership and on a busy road. Even so, a detached house with 3 beds, 2 receps, 2 w/c's, 2 garages....would've been snapped up a year ago.
  12. 197, Whitehorse Road, Croydon, Greater London, CR0 2LH 3 bed, 2 receps, freehold terraced house with uninterrupted views to park at rear, last bid £183K, went unsold at Andrews and Robertson auction today, it's available at 185K. Previously it sold for 192K in March 2004 and 157K in September 2003.
  13. This was withdrawn prior to the auction - perhaps they read this forum!
  14. Here are the prices this flat achieved over the past few years 29/09/2003 £165,000 08/08/2002 £95,000 31/10/2001 £85,000 and the guide is now £100,000
  15. Lot 19 at Andrews Robertson auction next week on 13th Dec is a flat situated with direct access from Coldharbour Lane. Public transport includes Loughborough Junction (Rail) Station Which is true, as the opposite side of the street is one of the railway lines connecting to this junction. A scrap yard is one of the many businesses operating from the arches under this line. The photo in the auction catalogue is cleverly taken, showing the front of the building only, and not the area. Here's recent photo I took from a different angle If anyone buys this at auction without going to see it
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