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WhoMovedMyBrewery

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  1. The Barber Boom/Bust of 1972-4 is referred to in this Observer article of March 2005 and its conclusion is The timetable is dictated by a financial mechanism, at the heart of which is the rate of interest on mortgages. From 1714, this was pegged by the markets at 5 per cent. Today, the MPC is contemplating raising its rate of 4.75 per cent in response to inflationary pressures. The return of the rate to 5 per cent will mark the final phase of the property cycle. Many house buyers who think they are about to pull off great deals this Easter will pay a heavy price in the recession of 2010.
  2. Sold in July 2004 for £55,000 Royal Fountain Mews, Flat 10, West Street, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 1SW Sold in auction in July 2006 for £26,500 ouch Barnard Marcus July Auction Lot 205
  3. 85 De'arn Gardens, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3AZ (London Borough of Merton) a two-bed ground floor maisonette sold for 150,000 on 7th May, 2003 and sold for 101,000 at auction on 7th June, 2006
  4. In an auction by Ward & Partners on the 25th May, this flat failed to sell, and is available for 55K ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 144 Marine Court, St Leonard's on Sea, East Sussex Situated to the rear of Marine Court, located on St Leonard’s sea front, and within close proximity to the town centre, St Leonard’s Warrier Square railway station and Hastings Pier, this 1 bedroom purpose built flat will certainly appeal to investors and first time buyers alike. The accommodation comprises: Communal hallway – stairs and lift to first floor Hallway – door to flat Lounge – 11’9 x 6’5, window to rear Kitchen – small selection of wall and base units, stainless steel sink unit Bedroom – 12’3 x 11’4, window to rear Bathroom – Panelled bath, high flush W.C, wall mounted basin -------------------------------------------------------------------------- houseprices.co.uk doesn't have an entry for 144 but the most recent sales in this block were number 179 which went for 110K and number 148 for 83K, both sold in January 2006.
  5. From the auction on the 25th May, this end of terrace house was a repo:- 8 Woodland Way, Mitcham, CR4 2DY No details given about the house, but from the photo on the auction site it looked like a 3-bed. With a guide of 200K it sold for 223K. www.houseprices.co.uk has it previously sold for 127K in 2000, so who couldn't keep up the payments on that? Must've been remortgaged ....
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