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British Expat Never Going To Buy Again

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Relocated from Somerset to Hampshire August 2004, relocating to Paris 2007.

Originally put Somerset house on market in April 2004, after 4 sales fell through finally completed with 5th purchaser on 23rd December 2005 for 30 grand less than original asking price of 150,000 which was still 10,000 less than simillar property in the same estate (plan was to sell quickly). Original relocation was to allow me to return to University to train as a nurse. The last year has been one of the most stressful in my life - even ended up paying the mortgage by credit card at one point. Thank god it's gone now, 18 months left until I qualify hopefully the move to France will be a better fresh start economically speaking!!!!! Good Luck to all of you selling houses, I'm never going to but in the U.K. again!

I couldn't find the original "how many of us are trying to sell" thread... can anyone help?

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