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Any ideas on where to start looking and agents to try?

I'm in the northern bit and still can't touch anything, although I must admit I've just phoned an agent who told me a derelict place that went to tender a couple of weeks ago didn't sell and she was also actually "helping" me find something else.

It's a first!

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Any ideas on where to start looking and agents to try?

I'm in the northern bit and still can't touch anything, although I must admit I've just phoned an agent who told me a derelict place that went to tender a couple of weeks ago didn't sell and she was also actually "helping" me find something else.

It's a first!

Try just accross the frontier in England. Fire insurance premiums are a lot cheaper. ;)

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Any ideas on where to start looking and agents to try?

I'm in the northern bit and still can't touch anything.....

Try Blaenau Ffestiniog. Its a bleak, depressed, former slate-mining town but prices are cheap and on their recent TV programme Phil and Kirsty announced that house prices would rise there by 79.4% in five years. ;)

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Well if Crusty and Pill said it then it must be right!!! :(:P

I'm in Wales already Pat - and honestly the Welsh folk have been great!!! Really, truly. Not a fire in sight!

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Blaenau Ffestiniog? Arghhhhhhhhhhh!

If you're looking for rural and cheap, try an isolated area in the North or North West, or possibly some parts of Powys. You'll tend to find the coastal areas expensive these days so head inland. If you're planning to live in the North West (Gwynedd / Ynys Mon), it'd be a good idea to learn Cymraeg. Some rural areas in the south are still cheap - N Carmarthenshire for example. Watch out for the wind farms that are planned it many areas.

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Diolch (though often sounds like Deeoch). Perhaps you should take a look at rural N Powys as well - some of the isolated areas are relatively inexpensive and it's stunningly beautiful in places.

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