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4 Years Of House Hunting Gives You A Certain Insight Into The Market

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Just seen this place drop in price today:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-19049799.html?premiumA=true

02 September 2011

* Price changed: from '£185,000' to '£180,000'

29 August 2011

* Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Double Garage'

04 June 2011

* Initial entry found.

It's been for sale much longer than 04 June 20011 mind you.

in late 2007 asking prices for exactly the same style of house along that round were £250K+ ( totally mental)

Someone sold one on the land registry for:

29th Jan 2008

7 Kingsthorpe Grove, Northampton NN2 6NS

Historic details available for this property Terraced, Freehold, 5 Beds, 2 Baths, -- Receps - Edit

£222,000

Eventually when houses get to a price when people can actually afford/borrow to buy them the House Price Indexes will show the full extend of the hidden crash.

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