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It remains to be seen whether we will get to completion but for what it is worth I put a house on the market with a realistic asking price a week ago and have received an offer at full asking today.

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It remains to be seen whether we will get to completion but for what it is worth I put a house on the market with a realistic asking price a week ago and have received an offer at full asking today.

Thats interesting, how did you set your realistic asking price?

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It remains to be seen whether we will get to completion but for what it is worth I put a house on the market with a realistic asking price a week ago and have received an offer at full asking today.

wait for the bank's valuation to see if your price is realistic ...

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My gf's house in N London went last week. Sold for £450,000 in 2002, she bought at £850,000 in December 2007 (! to the price rise, although it was completely renovated beautifully in between, at least £100,000 of work)), completed last week at £795,000 (6.4% down from peak, only). Asking was £825,000. They had a decent deposit but needed a mortgage. We're pleased to say the least as there was a big mortgage on it and now we'll hopefully sit out the next phase. Thank goodness for the dead cat bounce.

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My gf's house in N London went last week. Sold for �450,000 in 2002, she bought at �850,000 in December 2007 (! to the price rise, although it was completely renovated beautifully in between, at least �100,000 of work)),

Price rise would have been considerably greater in SE1 where December 07 price would have been 1.1m under similar circumstances. (!!! to the price rise)

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