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Selling My Stash...

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Keeping this off the main forum to avoid the crowds...

I'm buying a place now as I've found somewhere for me & the family for the next 20 years - prices can go up, down, sideways, don't care - just want to get on with spending time with those that are important.

Anyway, I am selling my meagre holdings - which is only 750g (3x 250g bars) - which have made a nice profit over the period & kept me well ahead of inflation.

So wonder what the process is? Should I see privately? Or go via goldline / Bairds (which is where I bought them in the first instance..)

Ta all - and continue to enjoy the ride! (If it weren't for finding a decent place at a decent price, I'd still be holding)

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Keeping this off the main forum to avoid the crowds...

I'm buying a place now as I've found somewhere for me & the family for the next 20 years - prices can go up, down, sideways, don't care - just want to get on with spending time with those that are important.

Anyway, I am selling my meagre holdings - which is only 750g (3x 250g bars) - which have made a nice profit over the period & kept me well ahead of inflation.

So wonder what the process is? Should I see privately? Or go via goldline / Bairds (which is where I bought them in the first instance..)

Ta all - and continue to enjoy the ride! (If it weren't for finding a decent place at a decent price, I'd still be holding)

At around £7k each I would stick to selling back to a bullion house. Try the 3 main ones for the best price, goldline/coininvest/hatton garden metals. Good luck.

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At around £7k each I would stick to selling back to a bullion house. Try the 3 main ones for the best price, goldline/coininvest/hatton garden metals. Good luck.

Cheers Richy - much appreciated.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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