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URGENT BUYER REQUIRED FOR THIS NO MONEY DOWN DEAL

3 bedroom Bungalow Semi-detached in barnsley, south yorkshire, S73 9HU

Market Value: £140,000

Purchase Price: £101,000

NO MONEY DOWN DEAL - Just £500 reservation fee to pay (fully refundable if youur deal does not complete)

Cliff Drive, Darfield, S73 9HU

3 bedroom semi-detached bungalow, vacant possession sale

PP £101,000 (28% bmv)

MV £140,000

MR £450 confirmed by local letting agent

** £39,000 of equity from day one **

NO MONEY DOWN!

£105,000 debt costs £411pcm = £39pcm cashflow

Sold Price Comparables:

For sale on Rightmove, £165,000 3-bed bungalow, http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...y-25543856.html

Letting comparables:

Local rent £450pcm confirmed by local letting agent

Please note: Urgent End Buyer Required as seller has found new property to buy.

To purchase this property you must be eligible for a standard eligible buy-to-let mortgage.

To reserve this property email catherine@yourpropertynetwork.co.uk with your contact telephone number.

Your Property Network Ltd

Green Park Offices

James St West, Bath

BA1 2BU

GB

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Agent about to go bust and wants £500?

Something like this happened to my sister in law, the EA was offering a great deal if you paid the commission up front. They went bust soon afterwards.

VMR.

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