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After Viewing More Over Priced Rubbish This Weekend We've Just Got Another Rental Bargain

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A house on the market for £450k we shall be paying £900 a month for :)

House nextdoor to me is on at £375k. I pay just £650/month rent for exactly the same size of house. :D

Think I'll be staying here another few years (just resigned my rental agreement for another year this last weekend.)

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That rent is incredibly cheap, relative to the house "price".

In Cheadle/Bramhall/Wilmslow areas of N. Ceshire, a 320k house is renting for 1,200 a month,unfurnished.

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That rent is incredibly cheap, relative to the house "price".

In Cheadle/Bramhall/Wilmslow areas of N. Ceshire, a 320k house is renting for 1,200 a month,unfurnished.

Hmmm...

To rent for £1,200 PCM, Thornway, Bramhall:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-876...a_n=4&tr_t=rent

To buy, Southern Crescent, Bramhall (£595K):

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-102...pa_n=4&tr_t=buy

EDIT: "N. Cheshire" ? Snob! South Manchester ;)

Edited by megaflop

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I wish that were possible in London. I am trying to rent a place in Ealing at the moment and a place that was bought for 315k in 2003 would cost about 1,600 in rent per month. I still think it is worthwhile renting under those conditions as a 3% drop in prices this year would take 10k off the purchase price of the same proprty. Therefore, the numbers still work out in favour renting...

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That rent is incredibly cheap, relative to the house "price".

In Cheadle/Bramhall/Wilmslow areas of N. Ceshire, a 320k house is renting for 1,200 a month,unfurnished.

in and around the main commercial centres you can usually rent out detached type houses for these kind of yields (4.5%).........but rents on this type of property tend to be much lower (although the prices aren't!)

in places like rural Nottinghamshire or Shropshire...............

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