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Have I Missed The Boat....

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Biggest london property bubble in history and:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-46251905.html

02/12/2014
Status changed: from 'Under offer' to 'null'
19/11/2014
Status changed: from 'null' to 'Under offer'
23/10/2014
Status changed: from 'Under offer' to 'null'
18/10/2014
Status changed: from 'null' to 'Under offer'
06/10/2014
Price changed: from '£529,950' to '£499,950'
08/08/2014
Price changed: from '£549,950' to '£529,950'
11/07/2014
Price changed: from '£575,000' to '£549,950'
15/06/2014
Price changed: from '£599,950' to '£575,000'
09/05/2014
Initial entry found.
What next, raise the price perhaps, that might help secure a savvy foreign buyer ? :lol::lol:
What still astounds me is that someone is offering on these places.
Here's another.....raise your price to get a sale why dont you.
02/12/2014
Price changed: from '£499,950' to '£475,000'
13/11/2014
Price changed: from '£490,000' to '£499,950'
Status changed: from 'Under offer' to 'null'
24/09/2014
Price changed: from '£500,000' to '£490,000'
Status changed: from 'null' to 'Under offer'
18/09/2014
Title changed: Atherfold Road, Clapham, London, SW9
04/09/2014
Initial entry found.
Price changed: from '£475,000' to '£500,000'
Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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If some sales were going throw at these crazy prices, the land registry will plummet in 3 months time if low sales prices filter through.

If no one is buying at these reduced prices then rightmove index will plummet.

In no one buys, everything will plummet.

What I am trying to say is, i might be this again:

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This astounds me. Why someone would pay 1/2 a mill for a flat between Stockwell, Brixton and Clam N is madness.

What astounds me is that someone wanted to, estate agents are allowed to push up prices and before April the banks were lending to people buying.

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I think I know why - it's this NLP thing.

If you imagine hard enough about Rolls Royces, you'll get one!

So if you have a SOLD sign - you'll sell the flat and be quids in! Come on, everyone concentrate Uri Gella style! No hang on.... think HPC, think HPC, it will happen, 90% off London prices, 90% off, 90% off Polaroid TVs C'mon!

You can't buy SOLD signs on ebay, so maybe it's a EA selling it? The market is propped up by EAs selling to each other...... who'd thunk it.

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However I've just looked up the flat my sister sold for £371k in 2009 (after buying it in 2005 for £325k) and it sold in June this year for £740k!

Admittedly the previous owners decorated it nicely but it is a first floor flat overlooking a busy main road with small bedrooms and no outside space on Wandsworth high street..

Who would pay that much money for a flat like that?!

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However I've just looked up the flat my sister sold for £371k in 2009 (after buying it in 2005 for £325k) and it sold in June this year for £740k!

Admittedly the previous owners decorated it nicely but it is a first floor flat overlooking a busy main road with small bedrooms and no outside space on Wandsworth high street..

Who would pay that much money for a flat like that?!

NO one sane would.

If you are a foreign buyer though and your currency hasn't been devalued 30% relative to the £ since 2007, then I guess your qare still buying at peak 2007 bubble prices.

Great if you have managed to sell.

But in reality, it's bad for the rest of the country.

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This astounds me. Why someone would pay 1/2 a mill for a flat between Stockwell, Brixton and Clam N is madness.

Why would anyone pay 2 million gold ducets for a Semper Augustus? I guess they figure that it's different this time and prices can only go up.

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I think I know why - it's this NLP thing.

If you imagine hard enough about Rolls Royces, you'll get one!

So if you have a SOLD sign - you'll sell the flat and be quids in! Come on, everyone concentrate Uri Gella style! No hang on.... think HPC, think HPC, it will happen, 90% off London prices, 90% off, 90% off Polaroid TVs C'mon!

You can't buy SOLD signs on ebay, so maybe it's a EA selling it? The market is propped up by EAs selling to each other...... who'd thunk it.

It's working....

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This astounds me. Why someone would pay 1/2 a mill for a flat between Stockwell, Brixton and Clam N is madness.

And it's 50 sq meters! Perhaps that size would suit some Arab millionaire if it was just off Hyde Park with a posh facade in a portered block but for a standard flat in a house conversion in Clapham. Sheer madness!

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However I've just looked up the flat my sister sold for £371k in 2009 (after buying it in 2005 for £325k) and it sold in June this year for £740k!

Admittedly the previous owners decorated it nicely but it is a first floor flat overlooking a busy main road with small bedrooms and no outside space on Wandsworth high street..

Who would pay that much money for a flat like that?!

That is totally mad.

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However I've just looked up the flat my sister sold for £371k in 2009 (after buying it in 2005 for £325k) and it sold in June this year for £740k!

Admittedly the previous owners decorated it nicely but it is a first floor flat overlooking a busy main road with small bedrooms and no outside space on Wandsworth high street..

Who would pay that much money for a flat like that?!

Someone desperate to live in Wandsworth......they would have to pay me that to live in Wandsworth. ;)

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