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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/westcountryproperty/8143780/Top-tips-for-West-Country-second-home-hunters.html

1 If you are buying, don’t leave it too late, particularly if you are after a buy-to-let property. If you wait until spring before you start looking for that seaside retreat in Cornwall or Devon, many of the best properties will have gone. Savvy buyers are doing their house-hunting in the winter, allowing time to make the necessary renovations and so forth. There is nothing more irritating than wasting July and August talking to plumbers and interior decorators

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1 If you are buying, don’t leave it too late, particularly if you are after a buy-to-let property. If you wait until spring before you start looking for that seaside retreat in Cornwall or Devon, many of the best properties will have gone. Savvy buyers are doing their house-hunting in the winter, allowing time to make the necessary renovations and so forth. There is nothing more irritating than wasting July and August talking to plumbers and interior decorators

Have you been drinking petrol?

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1 If you are buying, don’t leave it too late, particularly if you are after a buy-to-let property. If you wait until spring before you start looking for that seaside retreat in Cornwall or Devon, many of the best properties will have gone. Savvy buyers are doing their house-hunting in the winter, allowing time to make the necessary renovations and so forth. There is nothing more irritating than wasting July and August talking to plumbers and interior decorators

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Was this article for banksters only? The lowest-priced example was 875k.

fwiw I expect Cornwall to crash when interest rates rise in a couple of years, not before.

Don't know what nominal values will be, they may not change all that much, but the real-terms prices of stuff that isn't ideally placed for holidays(ie everything not right on the coast near a beach) will return to something closer to 4x a local wage in the next few years.

A pleasant central-ish 2-bed in Truro with a courtyard garden was about 50-55k in 1997, in time it will be a similar price again, plus inflation however much that turns out to be......

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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?


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