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Me, personally? Im aiming for 2000/2001 prices,

Given that...

Last available sold price: £143,000 13 Aug 1999

Id have trouble justifying much more than £150-160k, maybe £165k tops.

I'd check the flood zone of the nearby river before even going to look at it.

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/default.aspx

To close for me.

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I'd check the flood zone of the nearby river before even going to look at it.

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/default.aspx

To close for me.

Great link! Looking at it in 2D is scary. However the clue is in the street name '(Mock) Tudor Rise' it sits atop a fairly steep incline and the river at the bottom of the bank is little more than a trickle - my kayak wouldn't even get off the floor at the wettest of times :D

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Me, personally? Im aiming for 2000/2001 prices,

Given that...

Last available sold price: £143,000 13 Aug 1999

Id have trouble justifying much more than £150-160k, maybe £165k tops.

I think you're living in dream world.

Only really slummy places are going for 2001 prices.

A Semi in the next street recently went for 230K, I will be very surprised if this goes under guide.

House Price Calculator says it should be 310K

tim

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I think you're living in dream world.

Only really slummy places are going for 2001 prices.

A Semi in the next street recently went for 230K, I will be very surprised if this goes under guide.

House Price Calculator says it should be 310K

tim

Difficult - detached mock tudor where I live - I'd have no chance of getting for 250!! If I'm seriously considering putting an offer in, I download the title deeds, speak to neighbours about area, do all the research you can. We're not even back to 04 prices where I live which is gutting for me............ Which houseprice calculator you using??? please Is it Nationwide?

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Difficult - detached mock tudor where I live - I'd have no chance of getting for 250!! If I'm seriously considering putting an offer in, I download the title deeds, speak to neighbours about area, do all the research you can. We're not even back to 04 prices where I live which is gutting for me............ Which houseprice calculator you using??? please Is it Nationwide?

I don't see what the fact that it is mock Tudor has to do with anything.

It has a value based upon where it is (I don't know the place but it seems to be nice small village in a reasonable part of the country and at a guess somewhere that at least some West Midlanders aspire to move to)

and how large it is (4 bed detached)

The only down side is that West Mids is probably seeing the worst of the down turn.

All in all, 250K for a 4 bed detached in a nice village but reasonably close to major towns seems to me to be a good price and expecting to pay less is fantasyland.

Yes NW calculatior. 148K at Q3-1999 equates to 323,456 today in the West Mids (which apart from NI is the lowest performing region over that period)

Edit, that 320K is 50K down from peak price and the same as 2004 Q2.

tim

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