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An elderly family friend has just sold her house in Solihull, just on the border of Birmingham in the Midlands.

It's immaculate and needed nothing doing to it.

I see on houseprices.co.uk that the last similar house (3 bed, detached) to sell on her road was Nov 2005 and it went for £218,950.

Hers was on the market for longer than she would've liked and she was asking £190,000, she eventually got £175,000.

Have to go back to 2002 to find prices lower.

Not exactly a crash, but at least prices are heading in the right direction...

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An elderly family friend has just sold her house in Solihull, just on the border of Birmingham in the Midlands.

It's immaculate and needed nothing doing to it.

I see on houseprices.co.uk that the last similar house (3 bed, detached) to sell on her road was Nov 2005 and it went for £218,950.

Hers was on the market for longer than she would've liked and she was asking £190,000, she eventually got £175,000.

Have to go back to 2002 to find prices lower.

Not exactly a crash, but at least prices are heading in the right direction...

Yes it`s the HPC time machine, I think we will go back to late 90`s prices easily, 175 isn`t bad if she asked for 190 though?

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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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