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This house

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16168410.html

has been on the market at for at least 16 months. Started at 330k, then 315k. They tried auctioning it, open house, all the usual crap. Today they have decieded on a new tactic that can only be a sure fire winner: put the price up to 350k! That makes them 35k richer, what a great wheeze!

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This house

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16168410.html

has been on the market at for at least 16 months. Started at 330k, then 315k. They tried auctioning it, open house, all the usual crap. Today they have decieded on a new tactic that can only be a sure fire winner: put the price up to 350k! That makes them 35k richer, what a great wheeze!

In the hope that someone will offer asking less 10%.

Everybody's a winner! :D

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This house

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16168410.html

has been on the market at for at least 16 months. Started at 330k, then 315k. They tried auctioning it, open house, all the usual crap. Today they have decieded on a new tactic that can only be a sure fire winner: put the price up to 350k! That makes them 35k richer, what a great wheeze!

Phone the agent and say you was thinking of booking a viewing but it's just gone up and is now out of your price range.

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Has it swapped agent so it is "new" on the market?

Rightmove base their house prices on initial asking prices for properties new to the market. Last month that was +0.3% based on 43,000 properties. That house has gone up £35k from £315k to £350k so if it's "new" is that £800+ added to the asking price of each house, assuming another 43,000 this month? Or a lot more per house if it's grouped in detached?

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Has it swapped agent so it is "new" on the market?

Rightmove base their house prices on initial asking prices for properties new to the market. Last month that was +0.3% based on 43,000 properties. That house has gone up £35k from £315k to £350k so if it's "new" is that £800+ added to the asking price of each house, assuming another 43,000 this month? Or a lot more per house if it's grouped in detached?

No, it's got a history going back to June 2010 with this agent, though it was on with another before that.

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Its a dump inside. Look at picture 6

That bathroom is hilarious!

I reckon this house had a big garden which has now been built on.

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The agent has forgotten to remove the auction notice:

"Please be aware that this property is going to auction (lot number 96) on Wednesday 30th June 2010 at BMA House, Tavistock Road, London, WC1H 9JP at a Guide Price of £330,000 to £350,000."

Guess they must have given up on selling it.

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Its a dump inside. Look at picture 6

Worth posting in all its horror. Avert your eyes now if easily offended:

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Carpets in a bathroom. Just think of the years of badly aimed micturition it must have soaked up...

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This house

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16168410.html

has been on the market at for at least 16 months. Started at 330k, then 315k. They tried auctioning it, open house, all the usual crap. Today they have decieded on a new tactic that can only be a sure fire winner: put the price up to 350k! That makes them 35k richer, what a great wheeze!

That's not insane....buying it would be insane :lol::lol::lol:

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It comes with a garden specially designed for exhibitionists.

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Lol, i wouldnt have guessed that from the photo of the front.

Lots of senile old folk in eastbourne, maybe they forgot what it was on for last time they advertised it

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Photo 2 ....They've pushed the sofas and chair up against the wall, to try and make the room look bigger.

What a depressing dump. Worth about...........

£150K?

Or is that still too much?

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