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Olivers Court is off Suthers Street in Oldham. It's a new-build development of terraces and flats - the postcode won't be recognised as it's so new.

24.4% price increase in 8 days is 2,119,200% per annum (compound), so should be worth about £1.7million by now. Who said inflation was dead? The CGT bill will be pricey if the new owners don't sell soon... by Christmas next year the tax will be enough to pay off the national debt.

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