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Daz Bogey

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  1. interesting POV! I've also posted this in the more generalised forum and was about to delete this topic - if a mod is reading could they merge?? My problem is that it is in really good condition and modernised to a high standard - i'll take your advice on board... am currently compiling a list of reasons for offering way below the asking price and i shall certainly be adding that one to it, thanks
  2. Hi A house i quite like the look of was bought in early 2003 for £205k and is now up for sale at £320k with from what i can see, no external improvements although the interior does look to have been modernised but the boiler is from the 70's. Is a 57% increase in value a reasonable expectation from the vendor or should i be looking to go in way below at around £250 (below stamp duty, first time buyer benefit) -the house appears to have been up for sale for around 6 months... we are in a good position to buy, and i believe that the vendor is able to move at relatively short notice so i'm not sure how desperate he is Also, we viewed the property last week and have not heard from the EA yet - is this normal? When we were selling ours, the EA would contact us with feedback within 24 hours Any pointers from those more experienced in this would be appreciated Thanks!
  3. Not sure if this is the right forum to post in but.... A house i quite like the look of was bought in early 2003 for £205k and is now up for sale at £320k with from what i can see, no external improvements although the interior does look to have been modernised although the boiler is from the 70's. Is a 57% increase in value a reasonable expectation from the vendor or should i be looking to go in way below at around £250 (below stamp duty, first time buyer benefit) -the house appears to have been up for sale for around 6 months... Any pointers from those more experienced in this would be appreciated Thanks
  4. How will the Global Economy play out 2005 on? Housing Market Bubble Bursts, Bank Lending Implodes,

    Economy Begins to Contract,Banks begin to Fail,Unemployment Soars,Banks are Nationalised,Interest Rates Lowered to 0%,QE carried out on a massive scale,Global Bond Markets Collapse, Dash For Assets,

    Hyperinflation,New Currencies introduced.

    Protect yourselves – Use above as your sig...

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