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How many times has it been Sold STC?

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-26211440.html

14 October 2010

* Price changed: from 'Offers in Excess of £345,000' to 'Offers in Excess of £340,000' [Found by n/a]

* Status changed: from 'Premium Listing' to 'Premium Listing, Sold STC' [Found by n/a]

21 September 2010

* Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Premium Listing' [Found by n/a]

19 September 2010

* Status changed: from 'Sold STC' to 'Available' [Found by n/a]

09 September 2010

* Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Sold STC' [Found by n/a]

02 September 2010

* Status changed: from 'Sold STC' to 'Available' [Found by n/a]

27 August 2010

* Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Sold STC' [Found by n/a]

31 July 2010

* Price changed: from 'Offers in Excess of £340,000' to 'Offers in Excess of £345,000' [Found by n/a]

09 July 2010

* Status changed: from 'Under offer' to 'Available' [Found by n/a]

26 June 2010

* Status changed: from 'Premium Listing, Under offer' to 'Under offer' [Found by n/a]

29 May 2010

* Status changed: from 'Premium Listing' to 'Premium Listing, Under offer' [Found by n/a]

02 May 2010

* Price changed: from '£345,000' to 'Offers in Excess of £340,000' [Found by n/a]

17 April 2010

* Price changed: from '£350,000' to '£345,000' [Found by n/a]

10 April 2010

* Price changed: from '£345,000' to '£350,000' [Found by n/a]

07 April 2010

* Status changed: from 'Premium Listing, Sold STC' to 'Premium Listing' [Found by n/a]

18 March 2010

* Status changed: from 'Premium Listing' to 'Premium Listing, Sold STC' [Found by n/a]

20 June 2009

* Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Premium Listing' [Found by n/a]

19 June 2009

* Initial entry found. [Found by n/a]

How many times. :lol:

Very nice house though, but £340K?

It has no view and is on one of the busiest roads in Whitby.

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02 May 2010

* Price changed: from '£345,000' to 'Offers in Excess of £340,000' [Found by n/a]

17 April 2010

* Price changed: from '£350,000' to '£345,000' [Found by n/a]

10 April 2010

* Price changed: from '£345,000' to '£350,000' [Found by n/a]

What's the strategy here?

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Very nice house though, but £340K?

It has no view and is on one of the busiest roads in Whitby.

I know the area. Very expensive and I'm amazed it's gone to SSTC at all.

Bet the seller wants to top themselves after those sales falling through though.

Or, I wonder if it's something like surveyors undervaluing it and deals falling through?

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rentals are sparse here, but there is a 3 bed detached bungalow (not as nice I would say as the 4 bedder bigger house here for sale), however, £700 pcm, so if that house had, say comparable £1000 pcm, then that puts realistic value around sub £170k jee-whizz

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please explain why this does not affect rental prices then

I noticed after I had posted this comment that the chap to which Iwas responding who said the reason for the high house price was the quality of the beach - well, he/she was lurked on the thread for a while but in the end did not reply.

Goodness sake - this annoys me so much. The rentals value similar properties at half what the headline for-sale price says. This is simple asset valuation. No yieldy.

But no, the maths of the yield don't stack up, the rental must be wrong, it's near a blue flag beach you see. Good f*cking grief people are stupid.

Well it maybe near a nice f*cking beach but it is not worth it as you can rent for a fraction. geddit.

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