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55 minutes ago, Clarky Cat said:

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/lifestyle/were-most-expensive-houses-sold-13304818

Well, May being a "Spring bounce" month and all, the most expensive house sold in Swansea was apparently £545,000

There are 154 houses listed on Zoopla for over £550,000 within 5 miles of Swansea.

How long can the stand-off last? 

They're waiting for the London exodus.........all those who sold up and decided to "retire" with their millions from the sale of their London property.  Maybe some will strike it lucky..........;)

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2 hours ago, janch said:

They're waiting for the London exodus.........all those who sold up and decided to "retire" with their millions from the sale of their London property.  Maybe some will strike it lucky..........;)

Probably Londoners themselves wanting to go home

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http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/plans-transform-historic-swansea-pub-13845043

Pub made famous by Sir G Sobers being converted into a 46 bed HMO. There is a lot of local opposition to the plan but the council seems inclined to approve it at the meeting next week. Could prove to be yet another nail in the coffin of the local community. TBH, it is a vicious cycle whereby swelling student numbers are displacing local residents leading to further business closures-IMO Brynmill and Uplands have gone into irrevocable decline as residential areas with St Thomas and Port Tenant following suit since the opening of the Bay Campus

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