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The value of homes close to the main site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games increased by over £60,000 on average since London’s winning bid was announced - an increase of 30 per cent.

Now the Games are over, the Olympic Park is set to re-open in 2013 and more than 8,000 homes will hit the market.

So is it worth buying one?

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The value of homes close to the main site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games increased by over £60,000 on average since London’s winning bid was announced - an increase of 30 per cent.

Now the Games are over, the Olympic Park is set to re-open in 2013 and more than 8,000 homes will hit the market.

So is it worth buying one?

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You might want to join www.spankyourcash.com.

:D

Would this be Newham - where according to the Land Reg, prices have risen by a whopping 5% since July 2005?

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Step up with your right foot on the property ladder. :rolleyes:

...I thought that when you buy a higher rise flat you've finally reached the top of the ladder staying put there to forever survey your land. ;)

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Those flats will be snapped up by BTLers and rented out to rock fiends on housing benefit. Good luck to anyone buying there as an owner occupier.

WFT is a "rock fiend"?

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WFT is a "rock fiend"?

Geologist. Once they infest an area.. what with the facial hair, sandals, questionable personal hygiene and complete lack of X factor contestant knowledge.. you don't want to go there..

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The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) aims to follow in Barcelona’s footsteps, whose 1992 Games rejuvenated the city.

I'm not sure if that's the best way to go.

Catalonia is so heavily in debt that it recently asked for a emergency loan of €5 billion, from Madrid. But in this region with its own language and sense of identity, the financial crisis has also brought longstanding cultural and economic resentments to a boil.

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Geologist. Once they infest an area.. what with the facial hair, sandals, questionable personal hygiene and complete lack of X factor contestant knowledge.. you don't want to go there..

:lol:

You'll also be stuck with a Liberal Democrat MP.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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