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Deccos

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  1. This is a really annoying feature on the rival site. For example for the last month every time i type bt9 and sort by recently updated this pops to the top of the list http://www.propertynews.com/Property/Belfast/TRLTRL46556/3-Oakwood-Grove/225840767/Page1 yet nothing has been updated. clearly some little ea trick However at least i get to have a good laugh at the asking price. Think it might take a little more than so ea updating to shift this quote name='PropertyPalPal' timestamp='1363355483' post='909280099'] Ok, so looks to be fine. Spoke to a dev there. It is by design. The blue t
  2. That should be a very healthy budget. Many of the older houses in NI are in a poor state some have been painted over to look superficially OK but underneath most are leaky, often damp cold money pits. Many will need a complete back to the brick refurb if you want a modern well insulated house or else be prepared to spend a fortune over the years on heating and repairs. Similarly many of the new developments built at the peak were thrown up and often insulation etc were not done to a very high standard certainly not to current regulations. There are a few treads on this site highlighting leak
  3. If i had any advice it would be to take your time. We returned home a number of years ago and by far and away the best decision was to rent. It can take a long time to get to know an area. You can be fairly sure that during your rental period the only way property prices are going is down IMO. Renting has saved me a fortune and saved me buying in an area that i thought was suitable only to have my eyes opened.
  4. ouch! http://www.propertynews.com/Property/Belfast/UPS11217-2-267050/50-Malone-Park/217483309/Page1 http://jonathan-davis-media.s3.amazonaws.com/inthemedia%2F3.5_million_disaster_120912.pdf
  5. Why not register online with one of the free company check websites eg duedil and search away or pay approx £1 for report from companies house both will give loads of info directors etc turnover, mortgages, net assets
  6. I tend to find that the RV is a useful guide but no more than that. From what I can see it is based almost entirely on the location and the size of house(m2). It does not take any account of other things that might make the house more or less desirable eg a big plot, south facing plot, recent refurbishment etc nor does it allow for the opposite ie it will tend to over estimate the price of a wreck. In my opinion a better guide is to find out the price at which other similar properties have sold for in the area. 20000 over the best other offer seems a lot but without knowing more hard to c
  7. Not likely, think this is one next door which was bought and has planning permission for same. Seems they have decided to cut their losses. http://www.propertypal.com/43-knightsbridge-park-belfast/189768
  8. still there ! i would however have preferred your HPC post to have appeared, not sure it would still be there though.
  9. By any chance is your new pad in *n**s***???? sounds very like somewhere we viewed
  10. it's called Re:pay mx LTV 90% 2.99% loans >£150,000
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