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From the 1st 30 listings for nn1 + 15 miles over the last 7 days/

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-36088837.html?premiumA=true

"15 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41585002.html?premiumA=true

14 January 2014

Price changed: Guide Price £700,000 £675,000 "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41824607.html?premiumA=true

"11 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null

20 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, null, Under offer, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-42848714.html

"13 January 2014

Price changed: from '£595,000' to '£575,000' "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39020917.html?premiumA=true

"10 January 2014

Price changed: from '£510,000' to '£499,500'

Status changed: Premium Listing, New Price, null, null

25 November 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC, null, null

01 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC STC, null "

"http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39936169.html"

"14 January 2014

Price changed: from '£485,000' to '£475,000'

20 July 2013

Initial entry found."

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39055084.html?premiumA=true

"14 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-44056241.html?premiumA=true

"16 January 2014

Price changed: from '£475,000' to '£450,000'

Status changed: No Chain, null, null "

The media/FLS bulls**t boom might well be over.

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From the 1st 30 listings for nn1 + 15 miles over the last 7 days/

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-36088837.html?premiumA=true

"15 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41585002.html?premiumA=true

14 January 2014

Price changed: Guide Price £700,000 £675,000 "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-41824607.html?premiumA=true

"11 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null

20 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, null, Under offer, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-42848714.html

"13 January 2014

Price changed: from '£595,000' to '£575,000' "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39020917.html?premiumA=true

"10 January 2014

Price changed: from '£510,000' to '£499,500'

Status changed: Premium Listing, New Price, null, null

25 November 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC, null, null

01 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC STC, null "

"http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39936169.html"

"14 January 2014

Price changed: from '£485,000' to '£475,000'

20 July 2013

Initial entry found."

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39055084.html?premiumA=true

"14 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-44056241.html?premiumA=true

"16 January 2014

Price changed: from '£475,000' to '£450,000'

Status changed: No Chain, null, null "

The media/FLS bulls**t boom might well be over.

Probably only estate agents trying to simulate activity anyway. I know their little tricks.

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Probably only estate agents trying to simulate activity anyway. I know their little tricks.

Lots of SSTC in october ( when the market goes quiet ) only to re-appear start of jan....if I were suspicious.....

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From the 1st 30 listings for nn1 + 15 miles over the last 7 days/

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

"15 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

14 January 2014

Price changed: Guide Price £700,000 £675,000 "

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

"11 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null

20 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, null, Under offer, null "

http://www.rightmove...y-42848714.html

"13 January 2014

Price changed: from '£595,000' to '£575,000' "

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

"10 January 2014

Price changed: from '£510,000' to '£499,500'

Status changed: Premium Listing, New Price, null, null

25 November 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC, null, null

01 October 2013

Status changed: Premium Listing, Sold STC STC, null "

"http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-39936169.html"

"14 January 2014

Price changed: from '£485,000' to '£475,000'

20 July 2013

Initial entry found."

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

"14 January 2014

Status changed: Premium Listing, Under offer, null, null "

http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true

"16 January 2014

Price changed: from '£475,000' to '£450,000'

Status changed: No Chain, null, null "

The media/FLS bulls**t boom might well be over.

If at first you don`t succeed............keep cutting the price. Credit starved buyers are probably starting to realise that 400, 500 and 600k is actually a LOT of money?

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If at first you don`t succeed............keep cutting the price. Credit starved buyers are probably starting to realise that 400, 500 and 600k is actually a LOT of money?

This is so regional. Went into the estate agents, to get some details on an overpriced shell in town, went on this week. HUGE crowd of stupid old boomers dribbling over the period features (Edwardian semi not updated since 1950).

Old woman trying to buy it in cash "I absolutely have to have it". I heard her talking to her husband afterwards, he was quite despondent at her taking on "another project", she was salivating at stamping her mark on it.

I had to go and be sick

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This is so regional. Went into the estate agents, to get some details on an overpriced shell in town, went on this week. HUGE crowd of stupid old boomers dribbling over the period features (Edwardian semi not updated since 1950).

Old woman trying to buy it in cash "I absolutely have to have it". I heard her talking to her husband afterwards, he was quite despondent at her taking on "another project", she was salivating at stamping her mark on it.

I had to go and be sick

Agreed Hampshire seems to be booming, crappy 2 bed terraces that were selling for 150K last year are now up for 200K, doubt theyll be dropping 50k off the price.

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This is so regional. Went into the estate agents, to get some details on an overpriced shell in town, went on this week. HUGE crowd of stupid old boomers dribbling over the period features (Edwardian semi not updated since 1950).

Old woman trying to buy it in cash "I absolutely have to have it". I heard her talking to her husband afterwards, he was quite despondent at her taking on "another project", she was salivating at stamping her mark on it.

I had to go and be sick

So much money...so few brain cells, ah well let the sheeple shoot their wad into all the overpriced shite, it will just make the slump longer and deeper.

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So much money...so few brain cells, ah well let the sheeple shoot their wad into all the overpriced shite, it will just make the slump longer and deeper.

Yes but it just means sheeple like me and you who dont buy have to wait longer and longer for any future crash.

My kids in 4 in April and should be starting fulltime school in September, a settled future is something she will now have.

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Yes but it just means sheeple like me and you who dont buy have to wait longer for any future crash.

My kids 4 in April and will be starting full time school in September, a settled future is something she will not have.

(A bit clearer)

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Probably only estate agents trying to simulate activity anyway. I know their little tricks.

Hmm ... they also like to add a photo - of a vase of silver painted twigs.

It never fails! :blink:

It might be that we have reached a price ceiling in Northampton now.

Edited by HouseDog

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Yes but it just means sheeple like me and you who dont buy have to wait longer for any future crash.

My kids 4 in April and will be starting full time school in September, a settled future is something she will not have.

(A bit clearer)

I'm in the same boat. Hang in there dude.

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I'm in the same boat. Hang in there dude.

My eldest was 5 when we STR'd: he has just turned 17. Take care to choose wisely... I'm not sure that we did. :(

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My eldest was 5 when we STR'd: he has just turned 17. Take care to choose wisely... I'm not sure that we did. :(

and are they worse for it?

lwe never never as children...but as an adult ive had to move a dozen times...maybe moving as a child would have benefited me.

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Has its pros and cons.

My dad was in the RN and we moved a lot when I was a kid. You learn to make friends quickly and pick up the local hustles which give you an edge at a new school. When we moved to Liverpool, 10 yo me emptied the estate of marbles. lol

Downside is that teachers can't really monitor your progress as you're not there long enough. By the time they realised I was coasting, I was gone. Came as a real shock to spend years in the same grammar school and at 14, I ran out of coasting smarts but had developed no work ethic to knuckle down and keep up.

e2a: When talking about their childhood to my kids, what they remember the most is day trips and holidays. I'm the same, can't remember most of what I got for birthdays and crimbo but I do remember the holidays and day trips.

Edited by John51

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Has its pros and cons.

My dad was in the RN and we moved a lot when I was a kid. You learn to make friends quickly and pick up the local hustles which give you an edge at a new school. When we moved to Liverpool, 10 yo me emptied the estate of marbles. lol

Downside is that teachers can't really monitor your progress as you're not there long enough. By the time they realised I was coasting, I was gone. Came as a real shock to spend years in the same grammar school and at 14, I ran out of coasting smarts but had developed no work ethic to knuckle down and keep up.

e2a: When talking about their childhood to my kids, what they remember the most is day trips and holidays. I'm the same, can't remember most of what I got for birthdays and crimbo but I do remember the holidays and day trips.

You know what, you are not wrong...I remember happy days out more than anything or maybe playing footie down the park with your friends.

The one thing I don't remember even giving a passing thought to was....where we lived or why we had no twigs in the corner of our executive apartment :lol:

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