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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16399464.html/svr/3113

Whole lot for sale...built in 2008 and obviously no taker..

RM list it between 3.5m to 3.25million although the price says POA.

British version of the 'ghost development'...

Why so many cars parled in the drives I wonder if it is empty? Retals?

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-16399464.html/svr/3113

Whole lot for sale...built in 2008 and obviously no taker..

RM list it between 3.5m to 3.25million although the price says POA.

British version of the 'ghost development'...

Isnt this in the same area as those Wilson tossers ? :lol:

Oh well another one for Judith and Fergus to watch .......

What happened to the Arabs that were going to buy it all :P

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Isnt this in the same area as those Wilson tossers ? :lol:

Oh well another one for Judith and Fergus to watch .......

What happened to the Arabs that were going to buy it all :P

All that, and under Heathrow's flightpath too. What a bargain. :blink:

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Isnt this in the same area as those Wilson tossers ? :lol:

Oh well another one for Judith and Fergus to watch .......

What happened to the Arabs that were going to buy it all :P

No, this is Ashord, Middlesex. Between Staines (the home of Ali G) and Feltham (the most deprived place I've ever seen - Oasis circa 1999).

I new an EA in this area until very recently who said business was booming in the RENTAL market, although houses were still selling mainly due to the closeness to Heathrow.

£3.5 M for 12 properties equates to £291k each. A 2 bed around there could fetch £200k so in that context it's not a bad deal, but bearing in mind its proximity to Feltham I wouldn't be happy to live there.

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£3.5 M for 12 properties equates to £291k each. A 2 bed around there could fetch £200k so in that context it's not a bad deal, but bearing in mind its proximity to Feltham I wouldn't be happy to live there.

This estate, with it's jutting entrance road off the main road on streetview had some trying to value it in January. The houses look sickly to me. Plastic toy town house looking. Yellow brick and with red stripes with red roof. The bungalows have the outer design look of a seaside toilet block, possibly..

How To Value A Portfolio

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This estate, with it's jutting entrance road off the main road on streetview had some trying to value it in January. The houses look sickly to me. Plastic toy town house looking. Yellow brick and with red stripes with red roof. The bungalows have the outer design look of a seaside toilet block, possibly..

How To Value A Portfolio

http://www.housepric...pic=158419&st=0

I know the area well and you're right, it's not the best looking place.

Unfortunately houses around there are very expensive, have a look at 2 bed houses, Ashford, Middlesex on RM and see how many are any where near £200k, it's not many.

Looking at today's prices, in that area, £3 M is good, but who knows what tomorrow's prices will be?

As for using the comments in the other thread to value it on yield then that is a different story. My comment was on the cost of the local properties, although you could get £10k + pa rent for a 2 bed in that area giving a hefty 5% yield (valuing at £200k).

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