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3 And A Half Years On The Market....

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You've got to love the irony of this one:

from property snake:

http://www.propertysnake.co.uk/site/detail/8861836

date event

26 Jul 2007 First day listed (price £197,500)

24 Jun 2008 Price changed from £197,500 to £169,000

19 Apr 2009 Status changed from listed to delisted

23 Apr 2009 Status changed from delisted to listed

http://www.propertysell.co.uk/property/2246/34-bedroom-detached-house.html

Property Details

REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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26 Jul 2007 First day listed (price £197,500)http://www.propertys...ched-house.html

Expanding the agent's link photo of house it shows as number 21.

Last sales transaction for number 21, 23/04/2007, Price £180,000. And before that December 2000 for £100,500. What looks to be the same house is on Rightmove asking £174,950.

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I guess "quick" means different things to other people! :blink:

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Expanding the agent's link photo of house it shows as number 21.

Last sales transaction for number 21, 23/04/2007, Price £180,000. And before that December 2000 for £100,500. What looks to be the same house is on Rightmove asking £174,950.

So it's another flipper muppet who now finds himself stuck with a depreciating asset for the next 30 years. Nice :D

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