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Over 2 Years On Market...

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I wish I was joking but...im not.

http://www.propertysnake.co.uk/site/detail/22025465

11 Jul 2007 First day listed (price £250,000)

£249,950 (DOWN 0% from £250,000)

Westmorland Drive NN14 (nn14)

Looking at zoopla, the most anyone has paid for a house there is:

No image available for 73 Westmorland Drive, Desborough, Kettering NN14 2XB

73 Westmorland Drive, Desborough, Kettering NN14 2XB

Detached, Freehold, -- Beds, -- Baths, -- Receps - Edit

Last sale: £195,000 Sale date: 29th Jan 2007

Is this your home? AskAnAgent to value

Zoopla! Estimate What is the Zoopla! Estimate?

£181,359 Refine estimate

I would suggest, with the evidence present that the asking price is 70K too much and this is possibly why it hasnt sold :lol:

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It's a sign!!!

What, the 50 quid off ?

Is it a sign they are willing to negotiate :lol:

The start at 249,950, I offer 50K. say we meet around the 60K mark.

I'd like to make another observations:

DONT BUY IT !!!!!

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nice.

I've seen properties on the market for over a year, which have had their asking price raised (bizarrely), then lowered it a again to the original. And still not sold.

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nice.

I've seen properties on the market for over a year, which have had their asking price raised (bizarrely), then lowered it a again to the original. And still not sold.

I think what you witnessed was either greed, stupidity or perhaps both

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nice.

I've seen properties on the market for over a year, which have had their asking price raised (bizarrely), then lowered it a again to the original. And still not sold.

Sadly, I saw this tactic used successfully in my road in Aug '08. On the market at 235K, failed to sell. Repriced at £249,950, and finally sold at £235K.

The only upbeat note was that the vendor had bought it Apr '04 at £228K, so after fees and costs they got no more than their '04 money back.

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