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Ruislip/eastcote - What Offer On £330K Property?

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I'm currently looking at 2-3 bed properties in Ruislip/South Ruislip/Eastcote. The going rate for end-terrace or semi-detached properties seems to be anything from £300K to £450K.

I've set my budget at around £340K (listed price) so was wondering what I can get away with in terms of offer?. I don't really want to pay out any more than £310K to £320K. I've accepted an offer on my property so the sales process for that is well underway.

What's a realistic initial offer to make on a £330K property in the Eastcote/Ruislip area? And what would they end up being sold at?

My own thinking is to start at £305K and end at between £310K to £315K. Is this realistic?

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I'm currently looking at 2-3 bed properties in Ruislip/South Ruislip/Eastcote. The going rate for end-terrace or semi-detached properties seems to be anything from £300K to £450K.

I've set my budget at around £340K (listed price) so was wondering what I can get away with in terms of offer?. I don't really want to pay out any more than £310K to £320K. I've accepted an offer on my property so the sales process for that is well underway.

What's a realistic initial offer to make on a £330K property in the Eastcote/Ruislip area? And what would they end up being sold at?

My own thinking is to start at £305K and end at between £310K to £315K. Is this realistic?

My advice is to sell your house, use a decent chunk of the proceeds to buy gold bullion (say around 30-40%), which should protect you pretty well from currency devaluation and inflation (not to mention also make you a tidy return when the SHTF), then rent until this whole market disappears up it's own backside!

Then buy a castle ;)

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My advice is to sell your house, use a decent chunk of the proceeds to buy gold bullion (say around 30-40%), which should protect you pretty well from currency devaluation and inflation (not to mention also make you a tidy return when the SHTF), then rent until this whole market disappears up it's own backside!

Then buy a castle ;)

GC do you think the market will really crash by alot ? ive been hearing all sorts of stories with prices going any thing from 5% to 50% lower just cant work it out why opinions vary so much.

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