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Out of curiosity, I did a search on rightmove for the cheapest non auction 2 bedroom house in the UK.

£15,000 or this one for £17,950

Also found what must be an error in pricing :D

I would ask to be paid to take the first 2 off their hands.

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Out of curiosity, I did a search on rightmove for the cheapest non auction 2 bedroom house in the UK.

£15,000 or this one for £17,950

Also found what must be an error in pricing :D

A road that looked like these, not really occupied homes, were selling for £0.25p in the last real property slump in Manchester somewhere - no value atall, because they were better off being pulled down. Unsaleble and expensive at £15 grand. Boarded up rubbish

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A road that looked like these, not really occupied homes, were selling for £0.25p in the last real property slump in Manchester somewhere - no value atall, because they were better off being pulled down. Unsaleble and expensive at £15 grand. Boarded up rubbish

My thoughts too. Those are small derelict buildings, neighbouring other derelict buildings. It wouldn't take much to see £50k disappear into one of those holes to make it habitable.

Worthless.

Avoid.

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Maybe stating the bleedin' obvious, but sounds like a monthly rental. Too much tin-foil-hat thinking going on around here sometimes ...

Where's Sibley, by the way? I'm starting to get nostalgic.

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Maybe stating the bleedin' obvious, but sounds like a monthly rental. Too much tin-foil-hat thinking going on around here sometimes ...

Where's Sibley, by the way? I'm starting to get nostalgic.

Bangkok

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Out of curiosity, I did a search on rightmove for the cheapest non auction 2 bedroom house in the UK.

£15,000 or this one for £17,950

Also found what must be an error in pricing :D

Out of curiosity what would need to be done to make the first house structurally sound and how much would it cost? Just to stop it from falling down not completely refurbish it.

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Out of curiosity what would need to be done to make the first house structurally sound and how much would it cost? Just to stop it from falling down not completely refurbish it.

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All depends on the foundation and what it's sitting on.

You could probably make it sound for:

Roof, £7k

Windows and external doors, £3k

Joists and floor boards, £2k

Electrics, re-wire, £2k

Plumb, £1k (do it in plastic)

Central heating, £2-3k

If it needs underpinning, forget it.

This may be way out, been ages since I did up a house in Blighty.

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I would ask to be paid to take the first 2 off their hands.

It the laminate flooring putting you off, right?

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