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What's Everyone Seeing With Property Bee This Week ?

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I've been looking at property bee the last few weeks now and the rate of falls now seem to be accelerating for NN1 + 15 miles.

It looks like the party is over to me.

What's everyone else seeing now ?

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lots coming on in Exeter + 5 miles.

Still pricey but 'maybe' this could start pushing prices lower.

A nice shove will be rate rises

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seeing unusual levels of supply hitting the market Notts/Leics,particualrly bigger 4/5 bed houses.No real price drops.

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In worcestershire i am seeing lots of sold subject to contract for 2 to 3 months. 'these are properties that i just out of my price range'

I do know of three place that have been sold and come back on market. ' properties out of my price range'

but not seeing manny reductions in price.

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A buying frenzy

£150k to £250k

975 properties inc SSTC

359 not inc SSTC

63% SSTC, the highest % I've ever seen.

£200k to £500k

897 inc SSTC

419 not inc SSTC

53% SSTC the 2nd highest % I've ever seen

Plenty of price rises and stuff coming on at 2007+ prices and selling within a week.

I'd started looking at a place further North but may have to scrap that idea because I'm not sure I have the required early buying pace....

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Hi All

Im looking too, in NN4 (Northampton) mainly.

I agree with Demo, all i see is SSTC and then a similar property up 2 weeks later for 2% more, then that sells and its off again.

I seem to be chasing my tail on it, and the only properties i have seen stick around is crap, pure crap but even some of this is selling!!

Ggggrrrrrrrr..........madness and all thanks to the Tories and there silly little schemes of helping people that should not have debt/home ownership onto the housing ladder!

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I've been looking at property bee the last few weeks now and the rate of falls now seem to be accelerating for NN1 + 15 miles.

It looks like the party is over to me.

What's everyone else seeing now ?

The dead cat bounce is over!

Let the crash continue!

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Hi All

Im looking too, in NN4 (Northampton) mainly.

I agree with Demo, all i see is SSTC and then a similar property up 2 weeks later for 2% more, then that sells and its off again.

I seem to be chasing my tail on it, and the only properties i have seen stick around is crap, pure crap but even some of this is selling!!

Ggggrrrrrrrr..........madness and all thanks to the Tories and there silly little schemes of helping people that should not have debt/home ownership onto the housing ladder!

I've just posted some links for you on the northampton thread for your search are of east hunsbury.

43 proprties listed. 9 of then have dropped their price/fallen through in the last month or so. That's approx 21%.

Most of those houses listed would be targeted by BTL-ers, East huns is a poor/low quality housing area with little going for it. The fact that prices are dropping and sales fallen though means the BTLers must even be baulking at the prices.

The asking prices are starting to come down....realisation that the return to normal is not actually going to happen is here.

Caveat Emptor.

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