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Bubble & Squeak

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  1. this one is better value http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-51085538.html/svr/2124;jsessionid=7FD21B915327CE61AEEB6500F8834EC0
  2. no mention of crossrail but i expect that will go 24 hour too
  3. would have to be walking distance from the stations i reckon the area will go hipster once london overground comes in if i were a BTL scumbag i'd be investing
  4. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-45531994.html another £25k off total of £120k in 8 stages how much more???
  5. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-48137752.html i viewed this one about a year ago when it was up for £295,000 it didn't sell while the market was going up so i don't understand why think it will sell for £145k more now that the market is cooling
  6. na, thats not a reliable method the EAs do things like reduce it by £5 to make it seem like a reduction
  7. yes but producing the daily updates on price reductions have transformed from pleasure to chore
  8. i've been watching prices around the station for a while. before the recent megabubble you could get a 3 bedder in decent condition for £250k. asking prices peaked around £350k. now they come on at around £325k and go STC around £280-290k.
  9. OH NO! RIGHTMOVE HAS CHANGED! i have to open every entry individually to get the listings history anyone else have this happen??
  10. i wonder why those people queuing for three days to buy a chipboard rat cage in stratford the other day didn't buy this: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/new-homes-for-sale/property-30695526.html Price changed: from '£425,000' to '£400,000' today was originally £440k
  11. for me, a new build flat would have to be incredibly cheap for me to buy over a house. at the moment new builds in stratford are significantly higher priced than houses in the area. if they were evenly priced i wouldn't buy one. if they were half the price of a house i still wouldn't buy one. if a new build flat was a quarter of the price of a house in the area i would think about it. so, from a personal perspective and as an east london native new builds would have to actually crash to get my interest.
  12. i can see a situation developing whereby we have a massive crash in new builds while actual houses merely correct. a new build in stratford costs a lot more than a 3 bed period house in the area.
  13. once it comes onto london overground people will know its there i'm tempted to buy this http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-48035044.html
  14. the roads around dowsett road 12ish min walk to tottenham hale must be infested with bomads now
  15. i think i've posted this before http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-45531994.html its on its 7th price reduction must be a record for N8
  16. i tried to buy a house around tottenham hale in 2013 but kept getting outbid by middle class bomads a colleague from the area recently told me "the woman who bought my mums house was well posh" they don't realise until its too late what a mission it is to get on the tube after blackhorse road
  17. try edmonton green its well rough now but once london overground comes in the bomads will follow
  18. this is what these people are completely oblivious to these people are clueless can't they see the scale construction going on in stratford?
  19. William Smith, 29, from Stratford is a fool he wants to spend £400k on a two bed flat to start a family when could get can get a 3 bed period freehold with a garden and scope for a loft room and extension, maybe even a cellar he could turn into a playroom for his future spoiled kids around the corner
  20. haha looks like! i think this is just a lull until another prop comes into play. my money is on QE once we get deflation.
  21. 19 in walthamstow today 10 new 6 reductions 2 unknown 1 fail nice supply/reduction combo going on only one fail is disappointing, though
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