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Can Someone Explain This?

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Appeared on Rightmove today:


Looking at Nethouseprices.com:


(It's number 31)

Why would someone buy a house for £169k and sell it for £150k 2 weeks later?

Quickly deceased estate? That is weird. It might have been a family deal somewhere along the line?

Anyway the good news is that it is now, advertised for only £135K

Maybe this house just attracts people that like to climb down the property ladder? (or maybe it is built on some sort of leyline meeting point or energetic vortex that drags people in and then down to the basements of financial hell)

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silly boy,

its a BMV marketer earning a packet, hes bought, had a mortgage for £190, then selling for a quick sale in time for his flight to Moscow on the 13th August.

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Bought it, then realised it's on a flight path, plus haunted, in a flood plain, and next to a noisy club. And downwind of a pie factory, abbatoir, and also infested with rodents. And cockroaches...

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