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A mate from Muesli Mountain (Hanover area) of Brighton recently had a phone valuation of £160-£170k on her 2 bed with garden maisonette. This is down from £230k a year & a half ago. :o The agent hadn't seen the place admittedly but still, thats pretty hefty - the ea would know the type of property concerned.

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A mate from Muesli Mountain (Hanover area) of Brighton recently had a phone valuation of £160-£170k on her 2 bed with garden maisonette. This is down from £230k a year & a half ago. :o The agent hadn't seen the place admittedly but still, thats pretty hefty - the ea would know the type of property concerned.

I had a phone valuation last night, She told me i'm worth a million pounds! The phone call did cost me £1.50 a minute mind - worth every penny!

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I had a phone valuation last night, She told me i'm worth a million pounds! The phone call did cost me £1.50 a minute mind - worth every penny!

:lol: Bless, whats the number?

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I'll let you know the real valuation when it's done, soon.

That's interesting. I have a friend in B'ton who has to sell and has just had a valuation of 145,000 on a tiny one bed flat above a shop. No garden. He bought last feb for 120,000. I think this is a classic case of aspirational pricing on the part of the EA. I'll be really interested to see what happens.

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