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Back At 2001 Prices, Still Didnt Sell

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Guided at 90k UNSOLD in todays graham penny auction. Its a rather different story that what the London centric media would have us believe. But then outside of the M25 is an irrelevance to the beeb anyway.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=42811094&sale=23259468&country=england

Sale history

Sale Date Property Price Paid Source

29 Jul 2011 Detached, Freehold £125,000 Land Registry

16 Feb 2009 Detached, Freehold £130,000 Land Registry

14 Nov 2002 Detached, Freehold £117,000 Land Registry

22 Jun 2001 Detached, Freehold £75,500 Land Registry

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and going back further...zoopla has

31st Aug 1995

31 Burton Road, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3DT

Detached, Freehold

£53,500

Pity the whole country hasnt performed the same as this middling nottingham suburb. A 3bed det was pretty much exactly on where an average house cost in 1995, and is where an average house should cost nationwide today.

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A reminder as well,that the bubble was somewhat more subdued outside the M25 as well.

Thats irrelevant, and besides, in some locales the bubble certainly was not comparatively subdued, not until the crash anyway

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A reminder as well,that the bubble was somewhat more subdued outside the M25 as well.

Still managed to double prices in a decade. even in West Yorkshire.

Did everyones wages double in that period? I don't think so! :rolleyes:

Edited by aSecureTenant

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