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I've seen plenty of these recently.

"REDUCED FOR ONE WEEKEND ONLY!"

"WOW! LOOK AT THESE PRICES!"

And the old classic: "EARLY VIEWING ESSENTIAL TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!" When they have been sitting there for over a year :D

Edited by Pent Up

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When the market eventually returns to mean levels... i see that being 150k... maybe even lower depending on if interest rates go up, if the lending criteria actually gets tightened and public sector cuts... and the market becomes cost push... lets see.... but no... lol. not a bargin

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Undersized rooms and large garden (!), cheap finishes (seen them all before in the tacky new build we rented last) ... and this price in Northumberland!!!!!

Nuts!

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Undersized rooms and large garden (!), cheap finishes (seen them all before in the tacky new build we rented last) ... and this price in Northumberland!!!!!

Nuts!

Northumberland Park - Bexleyheath

Still nuts mind.

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If everyone on HPC clicked this link at the same time and kept pressing F5 refresh what would happen?

Would the page freeze or would the EA crap his pants thinking hundreds of people are interested in the property?

Ok at 4:00PM everyone click the link...

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-29406806.html

Edited by Rigsby

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These people clearly don't want to sell. The kitchen work-surfaces are cheap and nasty and they've installed crappy laminate-can't-afford-proper-wood-floor. The fridge is in the most inconvenient place possible. They've got a rabbit-hutch a.k.a. rat-attraction in the back garden and the lawn is blotchy from all the dog-p1ss. The bathroom and kitchen have the cheapest fixtures possible. The kitchen table is forced up against the wall because it's too big for the space. Some cretin of an agent took a picture of the accumulated junk in the kid's bedroom. The house is a cramped little generic box of doom. The duvet cover in the main bedroom is all wrinkled. It's typical lazy marketing by typical greedy vendors.

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These people clearly don't want to sell. The kitchen work-surfaces are cheap and nasty and they've installed crappy laminate-can't-afford-proper-wood-floor. The fridge is in the most inconvenient place possible. They've got a rabbit-hutch a.k.a. rat-attraction in the back garden and the lawn is blotchy from all the dog-p1ss. The bathroom and kitchen have the cheapest fixtures possible. The kitchen table is forced up against the wall because it's too big for the space. Some cretin of an agent took a picture of the accumulated junk in the kid's bedroom. The house is a cramped little generic box of doom. The duvet cover in the main bedroom is all wrinkled. It's typical lazy marketing by typical greedy vendors.

You forgot the secret weapon though ......

Twigs and flowers in one vase are a powerful combination not to be trifled with .....

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You forgot the secret weapon though ......

Twigs and flowers in one vase are a powerful combination not to be trifled with .....

5493_16austenroad_IMG_27_0000_max_620x414.jpg

I stand corrected. :D

The landing strip tablecloth does enhance the twigs and flowers. Do you think the table has wheels on it or do they just have two very thin children?

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Very nice indeed

Main road, river and a railway....with many places you have to drive around, sit and listen and check for possible flooding. ;)

Edited by winkie

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