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I have been monitoring this area since 2007, prices have fallen a little but remain rediculously overpriced. This house has been on for years at £350,000 and the seller said she would never drop her price as her pwoperdee is worth it. I think the estate agent must have lent on her as recently the price was removed and replaced with POA. Clearly the seller refuses to accept the humiliation of dropping her price and has to hide behind POA which is, according to the estate agent, offers in excess of £325,000.


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Yesterday I saw a description for a property by the same agents as your link but different branch start with the words "Autumn sale", that made me chuckle.

POA on Rightmove is a bit of a joke isn't it when the property you link to is in between other properties on at £335,000.

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Ive decided that Tiverton is the most overpriced town around Devon. The only thing it has going for it is the road networks. It doesnt even have a railway line other than 7 miles away. Much nicer houses can be had in Crediton for the same money. Ive been here for 3 years and theres not one house I would really want to buy regardless of price. If any sellers want my money they gonna have to try much harder.

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