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Actual Sales Prices Over 10 Years For Our Old House!

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We bought a 3 Bed detached new home in Bolton in 1999 for £74,950.

We sold it to Fairclough Homes as a p/x in Feb 2005 for £169.000.

In Sept 2005 they sold it on for £155,000

In June 09 it was sold on for £138,000.

I am starting to think the next sale will be sub £100k! Shows how crazy house prices got, the average wage in that area was under £20k in 2005! Anyone else tracking there old home sales figures?

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We bought a 3 Bed detached new home in Bolton in 1999 for £74,950.

We sold it to Fairclough Homes as a p/x in Feb 2005 for £169.000.

In Sept 2005 they sold it on for £155,000

In June 09 it was sold on for £138,000.

I am starting to think the next sale will be sub £100k! Shows how crazy house prices got, the average wage in that area was under £20k in 2005! Anyone else tracking there old home sales figures?

100K would be consistent with the 'prices need to fall 35%' figure I see quoted a lot.

I just can't see hps going below the level of 2000 though.

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I bought a two bedroom flat in Camberley, Surrey in March 2001 for £102,000

Sold it in September 2006 for £160,000.

Prompted by this thread I've just found out it sold in January 2010 for £147,500.

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I bought a two bedroom flat in Camberley, Surrey in March 2001 for £102,000

Sold it in September 2006 for £160,000.

Prompted by this thread I've just found out it sold in January 2010 for £147,500.

I bought a flat in woking in 1999 for 83,000

I sold in 2006 for 175,000

I see it was sold again in 2010 for 209,000.

I think it's a north-south thing!

tim

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I bought a flat in woking in 1999 for 83,000

I sold in 2006 for 175,000

I see it was sold again in 2010 for 209,000.

I think it's a north-south thing!

tim

Tend to agree.

I bought a 2 bed near Guildford on 2000 for 130k, sold it for £172k    18 months later, and it sold for £249k about year ago.

My more recent home in Reigate hasn't changed hands though, so nothing to compare with.

Edited by Mikhail Liebenstein

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