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Just stumbled across this one on Rightmove:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-27164918.html/svr/1704;jsessionid=2A8EDEEDA05727F659E870DE0BAC590B

Been on the market since September '09, had no interest at £119K and just put the asking price up :blink::lol:

Property Bee info:

21 June 2011

Brief Description changed: A delightful three 2/3 bedroom character property occupies a convenient location. This home is in good decorative order throughout with gas central heating, double glazing and gardens. rear courtyard. It is ideally suited for a first time buyer, buy to let or holiday home. No onward chain.

Price changed: from '£119,500' to '£121,950'

04 October 2010

Brief Description changed: A delightful three bedroom character property occupies a convenient location. This home is in good decorative order throughout with gas central heating, double glazing and gardens. It is ideally suited for a first time buyer, buy to let or holiday home. No onward chain.

02 July 2010

Brief Description changed: NEW PRICE! A delightful three bedroom character property occupies a convenient location. This home is in good decorative order throughout with gas central heating, double glazing and gardens. It is ideally suited for a first time buyer, buy to let or holiday home. No onward chain.

Price changed: from '£128,000' to '£119,500'

05 March 2010

Brief Description changed: A delightful three bedroom character property occupies a convenient location. This home is in good decorative order throughout with gas central heating, double glazing and gardens. It is ideally suited for a first time buyer, buy to let or holiday home. No onward chain.

01 March 2010

Price changed: from '£134,950' to '£128,000'

27 November 2009

Brief Description changed: A delightful three bedroom character property occupies a convenient location within level walking distance to Williton village centre. location. This home is in good decorative order throughout with gas central heating, double glazing and gardens. It is ideally suited for a first time buyer buyer, buy to let. let or holiday home.

16 September 2009

Initial entry found.

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Last week,there was a mazda bongo campervan parked on the street near my house with a for sale sign on the window, priced at £1950.

A few days later, the price was changed to £2495 and then increased once more over the weekend to £2995.

It's not there any more, so it seems increasing the sale price can work.

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Last week,there was a mazda bongo campervan parked on the street near my house with a for sale sign on the window, priced at £1950.

A few days later, the price was changed to £2495 and then increased once more over the weekend to £2995.

It's not there any more, so it seems increasing the sale price can work.

Probably paid some local chavs to nick it and set fire to it ....

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Lol. The Estate agent has a strange sense of humour:

16 September 2009 * Initial entry found.
To really appreciate the position of this property early viewing are advised.

And not forgetting:

Bristol Airport is easily commutable
1 hour 10 mins
Edited by hpc-craig

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Probably paid some local chavs to nick it and set fire to it ....

But increasing the asking price doesn't mean a bigger insurance payout, does it? Insurance companies just pay out (up to) what a thing is actually worth. You can't just magic up a valuation out of thin air after all :lol:

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Last week,there was a mazda bongo campervan parked on the street near my house with a for sale sign on the window, priced at £1950.

A few days later, the price was changed to £2495 and then increased once more over the weekend to £2995.

Hyperinflation has arrived!

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