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Some quite big ones nationwide. Although many were reduced ages ago. The question is how much can people really afford to pay for shelter? The answer still seems some way away, but it's getting closer..


http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/property/scotland/?beds_min=1&include_retirement_homes=true&include_shared_ownership=true&new_homes=include&price_max=150000&q=scotland&results_sort=most_reduced

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Some quite big ones nationwide. Although many were reduced ages ago. The question is how much can people really afford to pay for shelter? The answer still seems some way away, but it's getting closer..

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/property/scotland/?beds_min=1&include_retirement_homes=true&include_shared_ownership=true&new_homes=include&price_max=150000&q=scotland&results_sort=most_reduced

Is this a mistake ?http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/35388595?search_identifier=3b92e6afcfff43e07d3e073be8bf812c#rGEE1935WD5xjsLP.97 auction guide price ?

£69,500 (£35/sq. ft)
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I`ve seen floor tiles that cost more per square foot than that place , it also looks in fair condition

Its in the middle of nowhere probably 3-4 hours drive from Glasgow and with little or no work around. Hence the price - although if you fancy a place to live in peace and quiet and dont need work then looks very nice. Probably needs a ton of work though.

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Its in the middle of nowhere probably 3-4 hours drive from Glasgow and with little or no work around. Hence the price - although if you fancy a place to live in peace and quiet and dont need work then looks very nice. Probably needs a ton of work though.

It looks extremely damp if you look closely.

Agree with all above. Campbeltown is a shit hole in the middle of nowhere.

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Don't know the area but looking at the reductions/ timescale of the listing I would say it is the intended price and not a mistake.

8th Dec 2014 £105,000

5 May 2015 £85,000

3 Dec 2015 £69,500

Kite flying by the family that have inherited after a death ?

The seller is not obliged to accept the highest, or any offer
This caught my eye in the listing.
It would probably need 50K of work just to modernize it. Still, for someone wanting to escape the rat race, would be interesting.
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Thought I'd bump this. I have no idea about the reach of AB postcodes, most likely the big reductions are miles and miles away from the city, but there are definitely a good few repos (presumably - auctions...) appearing with huge drops that weren't there in February when I posted this

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