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It's A Bubble!

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Yes guys, it's got to be a bubble!

Been checking out my local area and have discovered that on the road at the bottom of my street there is a 2 bed small terraced house that's gone up in price by 500% in 3.5 years!

I kid you not!

Check here and look for Number 157.


Sold in November 2001 for £25,000.

Sold in April 2004 for £40,000

Sold in April 2005 for £125,000

Do I win any awards for spotting the most overpriced property in the whole of the UK?


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I hope you are not planning on posting that information through their door? :ph34r:

Confirmation of the greater fool theory.

Well spotted, How is the new presentation coming along?


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To be fair, those 25k and 40k sales look suspiciously low for Woolton, which is one of the nicer bits of Liverpool. Sometimes houses get sold at "creatively low" prices, for tax reasons.

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