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  1. Is that the one which was sold for £2,650,000 in 2004 and then was back on for £2,465,000? If so haven't seen it come through land registry yet. Will let you know if I see it on Rightmove again.
  2. Houses for sale in and around godalming... Price is rising up though. Hi Keep a database of the ones you are interested in, you'll be suprised to see that most of them go for at least 10% off asking price, often much more. Many of the 'sold' properties have not come through land registry yet and I would be surprised if we didn't continue to see houses selling for less than asking.
  3. Just to add that in "physics speak" its a logical term because a difference is described by the greek letter "delta" (like this: http://sub.allaboutcircuits.com/images/13027.png)
  4. I would agree with what you are seeing in the Guildford area's. I have recorded 30 properties on my database in the last month alone, compared with only 6 in April and 21 in March (not comprehensive of all price ranges). I have also noted some properties recorded earlier in the year coming back onto the market in the last few days. Many of the SSTC seem to be in long chains.
  5. Unlikely - the Deposit Protection Scheme already does that. Anyone evading the deposit scheme will also evade the registry.
  6. I'm looking for a solid source showing the Halifax, Nationwide & Landregistry data month by month. Does anyone know of a good source that lists this all together?
  7. Munstead Oaks sold for £2,650,000 on 23/08/2004, it's been on since 11/02/2009. Not alot of properties over half a million are selling according to the land registry figures in this area..... It looks a lovely house though!
  8. Considering the Labour Party came into office in 97 then there would have been no net hpi on their watch. Surely an ideal outcome & job well done. ;-)
  9. Because in 2009 that property is now going as vacant possession for £74,950. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...y-12005316.html So perhaps, by not acting fast, Jack could have saved himself 75 grand, and not put himself into 40% negative equity by the time he was 22. No 79 bought 19/06/2007 for £131,950. (http://www.houseprices.co.uk/e.php?q=79+EAST+FLOAT%2C+WALLASEY&n=10) Still over-priced at £74,950...
  10. Jumps road actually started off at £1.2 million on 23/07/08. This represents a drop of nearly 30%
  11. I'll stick my neck out & say that will never happen. What would happen instead is that HMG will underwrite it. You would get your pounds back but they would be worth less than they were before.
  12. Some changes to holiday home offsets: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8013022.stm
  13. http://static.seekingalpha.com/uploads/200..._psychology.png
  14. Unfortunately not. The renters are the ones living in the houses that get repossessed and then they get evicted. Probably better to say that the squatters shall inherit the earth...
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