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  1. So that's 44 Marshall Road. What's interesting is 52 Marshall Road, wasn't this her property after renovation?? So which is it? 44 or 52? I'll happily admit I've done the odd property refurb and was absolutely astonished that this woman had miraculously found 3 sub 200k properties and profited 30% + netting her £200,000 profit in 12 months. Novice property developer without inside help or info, I think not! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=61943243&sale=54569322&country=england
  2. Prices really are going mad... didnt even see the come on the market and it's SSTC...and the price! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/new-homes-for-sale/property-30039732.html
  3. Another example of how the markets now flying. Purchased in Nov 2012 £569,500 http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=42272998&sale=48474011&country=england Refurbed with extensions possible spend £100,000 - 150,000k Went up for sale Jan 2014 for £999,950 and within 2 weeks is STC for what I believe is £975,000! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-42272998.html *potential profit before tax of £200,000 +
  4. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-38164783.html Considering they had higher offers at auction rejected it's rather interesting to see it's now tied up for LESS.
  5. I'm actually suprised it even reached £745K, was expecting nothing more than £700K. Considering the current owner paid - Last sale: £305,000 Sale date: 30th Sep 1998 , which IF that was a true representation back of a "real" price back then I would have thought circa £600-650K should/would be the real value today. I think it's a good buy for an end user or a small time developer who can re jig the current footprint/facade etc, spend on refurb circa £150K and I'd imagine the value would be touching the £1 - 1.2 million mark once completed.
  6. Thanks for your input, and YES maybe it is stupid asking for property advice on a doom/gloom property forum, but surely we can all still discuss the positive's and negatives of buying within a certain region?? What I'm trying to find out for those who are local or have lived there/surrounding area's, how is the Adlington locality perceived as a quality of semi rural life against other neighbouring area's. Personally I'd like a semi rural lifestyle with access within 20-30 mins of Manchester, do not need to be in the centre of a town but easy 5 min commute to one, be it by public transport or car. Looking on a map and driving around it looks like TO ME it could hold some good card's in relation to happy medium between town/semi rural. Yes, I am looking for a lifestyle and moving on with life instead of worrying baout what tomorrow may bring, hey I could be dead next (touch wood not!) so maybe im not your run of the mill HPC member... but I would have hoped there's enough respectful people around even on here that might be able to throw their constructive two pence worth in. Yes, I will always look at future return on what I hopefully perceive as my investment (use the term semi loosely because of the forum im in) thus the question's. Sure, I'd love to be part Prestbury fringes be it there or Mottram St Andrew but I'm looking for a compromise on how to get the best for my money now and in the future. BTW, budget will be circa £700 - 900k. Need's are a 4-5 spacious home with multiple living area's and on a large plot circa 1/3 acre 'ish. Other half does not want to be neighbourless but also does not want to be part of a "fit as much you can in" type estate. Anyway if you think there's room to discuss this on here feel free, our if you think it's pointless I'll go elsewhere. Cheers in advance
  7. I thought my questions were fairly straight forward but obviously not....??? All I'm trying to find out is some basic's from people who KNOW the area a lot better than myself, the investement/growth comments are obvious questions that 99.9% of buyer's (such as myself) will always want to try and guard. Yes, I understand all the doom and gloom monger's that seem to be littered over this forum but there are still a lot of us that see the need to get on with our lives even if that may be the norm of buying a property. I said the word "high" not necessarily relating it to over priced more in respect to other area's not to distant from there... Anyway, once again, anybody with local constructive input would be very much appreciated. I'm not on here to talk about the why's and where for's of how you/I/or anyone perceive's the current state of play in the housing market, I wanted to discuss and find out more on this particular part of East Cheshire as a point of potentially "living!. Thanks.
  8. Hi all, Appreciate if anyone has any thoughts on Adlington SK10, East Cheshire. How does it stack up as a semi rural option for someone that wants to work in Manchester but desires the relaxed lifestyle of semi rural? Is it regarded as a nice area, say as opposed to Woodford,Poynton,Pott Shrigley,Marple etc... and how does it compare to the upmarket Prestbury? Prices in Adlington seem quite high (compared to Macclesfield, Tytherington) so I presume it's a sought after area? Are there better/worse parts of Adlington? How do you perceive investing in the purchase of a property in this area say over the next 10 years with regard growth? Would Poynton/Woodford be a better option when weighing up amenties etc? Any input whatever it may be would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  9. Can log in to Natwest acount but cannot transfer, move funds, make payments as at 23:50 etc.....
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