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I'm sure if you go looking there'll be others that have gone before ... and more to come. But this one just popped up today as another reduction:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-22231102.html

May 2009: £80,000

Aug 2009: £69,950

Apr 2010: £59,000

May 2010: £49,950

July 2010: £39,950

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I'm sure if you go looking there'll be others that have gone before ... and more to come. But this one just popped up today as another reduction:

It is an immobile caravan that costs you large parking fees. Should be burnt.

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It is an immobile caravan that costs you large parking fees. Should be burnt.

Seriously?

You have to pay fees to keep that thing?

:lol::lol:

I think I'm correct in saying that Mr Parrys 2000sq ft place in Thailand cost him about 20k to build, and the remaining 20k would keep him in food and booze a very long time.

OK it's not exactly comparing like for like :rolleyes: but puts a bit of perspective on 40k for a shabby park home in a part of the world where work is low paid and hard to find.

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*** 50%*** reduction {so far} from peak 2007 price:

http://www.chesterto...5B4270E3%7D.pdf.

http://www.houseweb.com/190721/

http://www.propertys.../detail/8860340

Still massively overpriced.

Ive seen the same houses go to auction 4 times over a year, and after recieving a number of bids, only attract a highest bid of around 66% off the peak 2007 sold price.

[Nice houses too]

But the Bank doesnt have to sell, being propped up by the taxpayer.......

No chance I am buying until they return to their pre 2000 prices.

Edited by Dan1

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*** 50%*** reduction {so far} from peak 2007 price:

http://www.chesterto...5B4270E3%7D.pdf.

http://www.houseweb.com/190721/

http://www.propertys.../detail/8860340

Still massively overpriced.

Ive seen the same houses go to auction 4 times over a year, and after recieving a number of bids, only attract a highest bid of around 66% off the peak 2007 sold price.

[Nice houses too]

But the Bank doesnt have to sell, being propped up by the taxpayer.......

No chance I am buying until they return to their pre 2000 prices.

That house was last bought for £250K in June 2003.

£700K was the peak asking price not the sold price.

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That house was last bought for £250K in June 2003.

£700K was the peak asking price not the sold price.

My post never says it was the peak sold price does it?

Its still 50% off peak price.

As it states on Propertysnake.

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Now gone SSTC with asking price of £325K.

For sale again.

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£320k :lol:

"That house was last bought for £250K in June 2003"

Getting very close to 2003 + inflation now.

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