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Theres No Excuse For Paying Over The Odds

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I have just rung my local EA about a property on rightmove

35 cedar grove. Brighouse

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-772...pa_n=6&tr_t=buy

I looked it up on nethouseprices and it sold for £139,750 in December 2004

I asked them why it was on the market at £179,950 when properties in the region have risen by at most 5%.

She says a property is only worth what someone is willing to give.

She also says the vendor has dropped the property by £10,000 today. Taking it to £169.950.

They are still building on this development. It is obviously an investor. I wish there was a way to make everyone use nethouseprices before they bought. That way people would look at what the investor paid and add the going increase.

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I have just rung my local EA about a property on rightmove

35 cedar grove. Brighouse

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-772...pa_n=6&tr_t=buy

I looked it up on nethouseprices and it sold for £139,750 in December 2004

I asked them why it was on the market at £179,950 when properties in the region have risen by at most 5%.

She says a property is only worth what someone is willing to give.

She also says the vendor has dropped the property by £10,000 today. Taking it to £169.950.

They are still building on this development. It is obviously an investor. I wish there was a way to make everyone use nethouseprices before they bought. That way people would look at what the investor paid and add the going increase.

eurows - IMO if you pay £169,950 for this you'll be in serious NE before 12 months has lapsed.

I'd leave it.

Post crash this a typical £80k starter home.

Edited by Culpability Brown

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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