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Noticed the housing market in Swansea is pretty static at the moment, probarbly because prices are completely unrealistic for an area where half its workers earn less than 11k per annum. Have noticed though that houses in the brynmill area are still going like hot cakes (selling for around 130k for a two bed upwards). Anyone got any ideas who is buying in this area. Are they BTL, 'buy to live in', local people or people from other areas outside Swansea. Just curious.

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Just what i was thinking. My father moved to Brynmill earlier this year. The house next door to him has just been sold but i've noticed there never seems to be anyone there so i guess this could be full of students in the near future. Was talking to man at my dads local the other night and he was saying its actually a nightmare living in the Brynmill area (been toying with the idea of moving here myself) because of all the students. Apparently at least 2 nights a week (and week nights) he is kept up with the noise. So much for 'a sort after area'. People in the SE buying up properties to rent out to their student kids and friends, while ruining this spot for local people. Guess its just dog eat dog ey.

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