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They've sent it to auction so that guide price is lowered by £100k to attract interest. Generally the rule of thumb I follow is to add £50k above the listings at auctions. However in this case I can't see a 1 bed flat on the south side of London fetching more than £270k.

Perhaps the seller should hold off until the BTL pensioners come in next year <_<

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They've sent it to auction so that guide price is lowered by £100k to attract interest. Generally the rule of thumb I follow is to add £50k above the listings at auctions. However in this case I can't see a 1 bed flat on the south side of London fetching more than £270k.

Perhaps the seller should hold off until the BTL pensioners come in next year <_<

Although the market is definitely coming down, I'd still expect a proper 1 bed in this location to go for £300k. The problem is that this one is just a studio flat with part of the louge sectioned off as a bedroom, so even £260k looks high.

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Clapham always seems to have a premium attached to it it is a beautiful place with plenty of parks close by.

I think you will be surprised for what it sells for

I think you will see it sell for 325 if not more. 42 square metres is a good size for a one bed flat

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Clapham always seems to have a premium attached to it it is a beautiful place with plenty of parks close by.

I think you will be surprised for what it sells for

I think you will see it sell for 325 if not more. 42 square metres is a good size for a one bed flat

That would be a pain of a rabbit hutch flat to live in with all those communal areas, need good relations not to fall out over parking/garden use, likely lots of noise disturbance from outside and in, sort of flat it would be better to be a renter than an owner in. Local housing allowance for that flat would be £244 a week, about £1,052 per month so it will be interesting to see what it sells for in terms of rental yield.

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Clapham always seems to have a premium attached to it it is a beautiful place with plenty of parks close by.

I think you will be surprised for what it sells for

I think you will see it sell for 325 if not more. 42 square metres is a good size for a one bed flat

how comes no one snapped it up when it went to 350k then

seller seems in trouble to me

looks like 180k worth to me

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surprised some prat will pay 300k for that thing

like i said 180k to 200k

There's every chance the auctioneer was taking bids off the wall to generate some interest. But failed

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