Jump to content
House Price Crash Forum


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About swervy_ervy

  • Rank
    HPC Poster

Profile Information

  • Location
    NZ (previously norf london)
  1. Here's a random one. 1.15 million for a (large) 2 bed split level flat on a busy road in teddington. Looks well finished and I guess they only need one person to want it but still... https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-85149506.html
  2. The poster addressed that point directly after the bit you highlighted.
  3. maybe it should be based on rebuild/insurable/replacement cost then. As you would think the civic demands of a three bed semi are fairly constant throughout the land.
  4. The location is not bad to be honest. Street is tree lined / vaguely pleasant , near to station and good schools. I'd wager a sold 780 price.
  5. Yeah, a bit of an optimistic from 2012 http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=42430284&sale=49685472&country=england They've gone into the roof since then but still... housprices estimate: 766 https://houseprices.io/?q=KT3+4JL zoopla: 800 (which takes into account 4th bedroom) https://www.zoopla.co.uk/property/9-alric-avenue/new-malden/kt3-4jl/11770986 Conclusion - a reduction coming soon!
  6. yes, at current prices and even though it needs a lot of work that does seem keenly priced
  7. I'd imagine location will be key (as always). Nine Elms is probably screwed but a small development in Pimlico not so much...
  8. first hit on google for me when searching the above string: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/london-evening-standard-west-end-final-a/20180130/282767767040459
  9. Could be waiting > 5 years (a fifth of a mortgage term) for that...
  10. yeap, utterly insane I agree. I don't really know this area tho (I live further north in Fulwell) so was hoping for some thoughts.
  11. Surbiton people: please give me the lowdown on this: http://web.aspasia.net/pls/newton/e_agent_data.vw?c=3904
  12. I own a flat in zone 6. I say own, but as I bought lateish (thirty five) it about a 50-50 split with the bank. Considering selling and renting with the ultimate intention of buying again within 5 years. I have 2 pre school age children so it's a pretty big decision. The rent would likely be no cheaper than a mortgage (perhaps more) at about £15k a year. Anyone done this, considering doing this? Happy? Regrets?
  13. I like it and I like the view / download data option I'd like to see: -start date from current month rather than jan 16 -the option of 2 interest rates so you can have, for instance, a discounted rate deal for up to 10 years followed by a standard rate. -impact of over payments (so another box with a an additional monthly payment option) leading to a third line on your chart. optional extra: a hard coded growth rate scenario using actual data - 1990 - 2015 This would allow some some volatility to be visible and it is something I have never see
  14. The only regret is if brexit = economic area + freedom of movement but the no say/vote within eu. That really is the worst of all worlds
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.