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These are actual prices paid for poor quality property in not very good areas of London, just a few days ago.

(And, on most lines of analysis, London is a lot cheaper than Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle,...not to mention lesser towns and cities.)

So, yes prices are mad but.... there is no crash.

There is weakness in the middle market of 300k + but the relentless pressure on entry-level has moved all ftb property up to astonishing levels.

Lovely bargains.

Penge Dump 290k

Walthamstow Wubbish 223k

You need to live in a Martello Tower in Hackney

Tutti Frutti Land 2up2down

Click on 195 etc then residential auction results fd savills 19 Sept items 2, 11, 59 and 72.

Edited by Euphorion

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