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Just makes me feel a little bit better. :)

You have seen what the house is called?

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I didn't understand what Sarah meant, until she explained to us. (Link to regional forum thread below.. begins in year 2011).

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/167022-ea-and-their-games/

Never say never, perhaps, when the market turns, if you're an owner trying to offload such a home.

Asking price still 'out-there' in my opinion, after a cut in the owners asking price, since it was listed in 2011, although such houses have no appeal to me whatsoever and I don't know that local market or the appeal of Peak District area.

Also had gone for the landlord-rent option in the past, whilst trying to sell it for the price they want. Must be quite a few owners in similar positions, holding out for what it is worth. Maybe one of them will accept substantially less, at some point in future.

I just don't understand the pricing for some large roaming houses, in such areas of the North West; more expensive to heat, and I suspect very reliant on cars.

No; your relative is simply insane.

I will watch such owners beg and cry for people to buy these properties of them - same for older outright owners and btlers.

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When compared to houses in London that's a bargain. However, it may still be difficult to sell due to maintenance, heating and commuting costs.

In Worcestershire a lot of country properties are taking their time to sell particularly thoose on the west side of the Severn, where transport connections are poor.

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Fascinating. 550 to 450 ("Make us an offer") AFTER the huge rises of 2013 into 14.

Brilliant for showing, thx.

Tremendous rental if it were available for a professional / s/e type - quick search and apparently not.

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