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Couldn't believe it this morning got a quite long list of hits on my PN search most increasing by large amounts, in one case up to 2.2xDCV, and some of the ones not moving simply had not been reduced and probably take off the market. I can't find any info on TGGTS on them, perhaps someone could explain what I am doing wrong.

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=159BEL060415

£385 18/1/08 MCW

£360 23/4/08 MCW

£385 14/8/09 PJ (1.7xDCV)

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=159BEL071095

£335 PJ (2.2xDCV)

DCV looks a little low, but no signs of development

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=58555HF174635910

£400 19/10/07

£375 1/6/08

£365 28/6/08

£350 6/10/08

£315 14/11/08

£315 14/8/09 (1.5xDCV)

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=58555HF174155810

Readvertised 3 times at £315 (From June 07) (1.8xDCV)

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=159BEL071363

£300 04/07/08

£250 8/7/08

£240 3/10/08

£200 4/2/09

£300 14/8/09 (1.9xDCV)

Good strategy there, if they don't sell at a lower price then increase it, get that 'it must be better if its more expensive' buyer. Prices are on the up better buy now then!

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Alot of them don't seem to be available now, only a hour later, must be a mistake or something

Looks like the propertynews database and mailing software spat the dummy last night/this morning and we have a repeat of an incident that happened on 22 Jan 2008:

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...st&p=937733

Looks like they have addressed the matter now though.

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Alot of them don't seem to be available now, only a hour later, must be a mistake or something

Perhaps they've been over-run with buyers and they've sold out since this morning.

On second thoughts, perhaps you're right...

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Great to hear from you again Pod. Things are getting interesting now.

Thanks doccyboy. Yes, they most certainly are! !!

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Thanks doccyboy. Yes, they most certainly are! !!

pod better to stay away this website is too addictive

NA MA NA MA, NA MA NA MA, hey hey-ey, goodbye (IF THE GREENS GET THEIR WAY)

Edited by getdoon_weebobby

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Great to hear from you again Pod. Things are getting interesting now.

I remember the good old days when we were discussing with the bulls whether there would be a house price crash or not. They were wrong. Then the bulls argued that house prices would never fall by more than 10%-20%. They were wrong again. Now the bulls are saying that this is the bottom for the housing market and that the house price crash is over. I'm certain that they are wrong again.

I guess these people will never understand aslong as their income depends on them not understanding. :unsure:

Edited by Belfast Boy

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got the correction this morning;

"Propertynews.com experienced a technical issue yesterday morning which resulted in some unavailable properties being sent out in email alerts. Below is the correct list of available properties matching your search criteria. Please disregard the email sent to you on 14th August 2009. "

removed/corrected the most ridiculous ones and and new one appeared from Helens Bay £390K 1.1xDCV, which seems good value (for now).

The one (44 abbey Park, Belfast) readvertised 3 times at £315K is still £315 1.8xDCV, no wonder it remains unsold since June 2007! Guess this must one of those market testers, who just takes the house off the market if it doesn't sell.

23 Strathearn Park remains at £315 (1.5xDCV)

Definitely some evidence of increased asking prices in my data over the last few weeks, from a previous 1.3-1.4xDCV I'm now seeing 1.6 (except for the Helens Bay one).

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