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Just going through Rightmove looking at houses look empty (photo's) . They have no furniture, newly painted landlord white walls, kitted out with generic kitchen equipment, and laminate floors. Even quaint old cottages, and victorian houses with interiors finished to that of a city centre flat.

There's also quite a few 'I'll jimmy a house on the edge of the another house" turning semi-detached into terraced, and wacky extensions.

I think alot of these type of properties are building up on Rightmove.

I dunno are these Homes under the Hammer type strategies?

edit: also do you not end up with CGT problems

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Newly painted, old electric heaters* = death house

Newly painted, new kitchen, new bathroom + high price = flipper in waiting

Newly painted, half finished new kitchen, new bathroom, all taped "do not use" = flipper repo


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