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A 260k + House For Just 230k

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Saw this advert in my local paper


it seems someone is giving away something worth 30k+ more for cheaper for no apparent reason at all, why would someone do this ?, if its worth 260k then why is he gonna sell it for 230k

answers on the back of a matchbox please

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ahh thats better sorry about the dimensions there

the house is in knot end lancashire

im just thinking they will be giving away 10k cars next for 7k, maybe

perhaps house prices should now come with RRP on them so the estate agent can then offer it for less and you think its a bargain, just the kinda thing shops have been doing with everything from bed linen to notepaper to pots and pans for decades.

ie rrp 260k

our price 230k :)

ahh there we go sarah :)

it would only be 30k over the most expensive price ever achieved in the street in history, and not the 60k over the highest price ever achieved

what a bargain

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Net houseprices indicates max for the area £200,000, so even at today's prices this looks about £30,000 overvalued.

IMO really worth about £150,000 max.

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didnt this guy read the paper last week that there were 300 houses repossesed in the last 3 months in this area

that was a huge amount, this place is about the same size as luton

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