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Essex Builders Got The Message

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Essex builders got the message

Just checking RightMove with PropertyBee:

- Essex

- changes in last 24h

- houses

- new builds only

12 new properties:

- 9 discounts (75%)

- 1 increase (a moron)

- 2 new listings

It seems that the builders got the message. Viva HPC!!!

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Essex builders got the message

Just checking RightMove with PropertyBee:

- Essex

- changes in last 24h

- houses

- new builds only

12 new properties:

- 9 discounts (75%)

- 1 increase (a moron)

- 2 new listings

It seems that the builders got the message. Viva HPC!!!

Just checking RightMove with PropertyBee:

- Kent

- changes in last 24h

- houses

- new builds only

12 new properties:

- 6 discounts (50%)

- 6 new listings

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You need to be careful when looking at new build stats - sometimes the advert stays the same but the price goes up and down depending on which properties on the development are ready for sale.

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You need to be careful when looking at new build stats - sometimes the advert stays the same but the price goes up and down depending on which properties on the development are ready for sale.

Also be aware that new builds traditionally had inflated prices. ie an estate agent would value them at 30% less if they were being sold. Other things to watch for: claims they've nearly all been sold (check lights on at night), large service fees after the first 5 years etc.

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You need to be careful when looking at new build stats - sometimes the advert stays the same but the price goes up and down depending on which properties on the development are ready for sale.

Or alternatively the "from" price remains the same and the house that's available changes from a 2 bed to a 3 bed (at a higher price)

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