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Brief Description changed: REDUCED! REDUCED - AND BACK ON MARKET! Now surely the best deal on Upton. LOOK AGAIN - Flexible accommodation, semi-rural location, parkland views, larger-than-average garden, driveway & garage, all in 'show home' condition. Let us explain - let us show you.
Price changed: £350,000
Status changed: from 'Under offer' to 'Available'
Status changed: from 'Available' to 'Under offer'
Initial entry found.
Says price changed but doesnt say from what.
£350K for that, there, there's no surprise that it's "REDUCED - AND BACK ON MARKET! "
Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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It is a shame the previous higher price isn't shown. My guess is £365k

Proof will be in the pudding I suppose. Does it go SSTC in the next couple of weeks is the first question to answer.

A couple on the same street seem to have sold for up to £342.5k last summer

Is there a buyer out there for it at / around £350k? I don't know, but Winkworth seem to think so and they won't be earning much if they don't sell it.

An interesting case to follow.

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Good find

So I wonder if the reduced asking price is reduced below the accepted offer from the sale that (presumably) fell through?

Edited by pipllman

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Needs watching to see how it plays out this one I think

count of nowhere - what do you think? another one that will fail?

stuff being propped up by help to buy and London buyers according to agent I spoke to recently, is selling at silly money.

he said it was going to collapse and sales were drying up.

the reason he said for the mad prices was lack of supply. agents are over bidding by 200k to get work, but some idiots are going for it and buying at these prices, obviously only people selling atwmad prices or people from London buying.

help to buy is a dangerous thing. tax payers are about to foot the bill for the bakers sub prime lending.

it's London in the shires!!!

asking prices are detached from incomes and reality. the sales volumes tell the tale.

I'm now seeing a flood of fails. stuff that's sold months ago now coming back on.

one place I viewed recently has come up for the 5th time in 5 years.

it's best to forget buying a house for now.

relative to buying, rent is a bargain now.

everyone should join me in the south west, of France.

I wish I'd left years ago now.

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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