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So I called an EA the other day and told them that if this property is still available to rent in December, then I would be interested but only at 1200 per month. It was originally at 1600 pcm reduced to 1400.

http://www.rightmove...y-17830719.html

The EA told me that the owner would never go for that because someone else had already offered 1200 pcm on a three year contract.

Three days later...

http://www.rightmove...y-19474776.html

Should the property be on the market in December - I will go back and offer 1000 pcm ;)

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Hope the agent passed on your interest to the owner, or at least took your details. I think the owner was a GP in the Goyt Valley for 10 years, but then spent last 10 years as a diabetes expert and consultant and seems a nice guy.

There are some better photos in this PDF. I can't see a price in there but it looks like a sales brochure, but decided to rent it out instead.

http://media.primelo...11/BROCH_01.PDF

Ok it is for sale. Guide Price £499,500. Came on at Guide Price £550,000 back in April 2010.

I found the PDF before finding this http://www.rightmove...y-25678735.html

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I see it's leasehold. I seemed to have come across a few leasehold houses recently. Don't really know the implications of it? Obviously it slashes the value of a house if you're in the last 100 yrs or so, but beyond a (generally) peppercorn rent, is there any risk in leasehold?

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thanks folks.

if it's still available in December we'll definitely take a look at it. My husband and I really fancy the idea off a seperate home office from the house and that view is amazing.

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I see it's leasehold. I seemed to have come across a few leasehold houses recently. Don't really know the implications of it? Obviously it slashes the value of a house if you're in the last 100 yrs or so, but beyond a (generally) peppercorn rent, is there any risk in leasehold?

99% of all shared ownership houses & new builds are leasehold aren't they?

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99% of all shared ownership houses & new builds are leasehold aren't they?

I don't know - haven't looked at either. My olf flat was leasehold of course but I hadn't realised many houses were.

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99% of all shared ownership houses & new builds are leasehold aren't they?

an EA in Glossop told me that most of the houses there are LH. Apperently it dates back to a time when Mill owners owned the surrounding land and had houses built for their workforce.

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an EA in Glossop told me that most of the houses there are LH. Apperently it dates back to a time when Mill owners owned the surrounding land and had houses built for their workforce.

You can have a 999 year lease with a tiny ground rent. Or 99 year leases with £10-20 a year ground rent.

(And probably some others)

Guess which ones the new builds have.

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You have seen what the house is called?

49041_149748_IMG_01_0000_max_620x414.jpg

sorry, that's lost on me

inver-BEG

Ok it is for sale. Guide Price £499,500. Came on at Guide Price £550,000 back in April 2010.

I found the PDF before finding this http://www.rightmove...y-25678735.html

Back to market... empty looking

Asking price: £450,000

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-29521908.html?premiumA=true

and

MAKE US AN OFFER
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