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Does look suspiciously like an attempt to increase the average house prices on there website, 999,999,999 seems a very unlikey mistake to make.

Advert - agent does this to secure top position in the listing to show that they have actually (well maybe) sold a house. :lol:

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This looks a bit pricey too!!!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-555...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

Any more folks??? I reckon we should send this scam to BBC :lol::lol::lol:

BBC!!! Having a laff aint you!!!

Their tongues are so far up the EA's asses they are touching their tonsils!

THE £999,999,999 one, they say, would not be in their survey as it is 'adnormal'. So maybe this aint. The other one for £3,082,564 or what ever this to me is definately a SKEW! Thes bastards can get away with becuase they say that they dont include these and do NOT have to reveal how they come to the Indice.

Corruption beyond belief!! Thats why Rightmove is a JOKE!

Only trust LR figures myself as ASKING PRICE are speculative.

TB

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I see that it's STC.

Quite a lot of negotiating to do there methinks!

Yes but will count in the stats as being sold at the ridiculous price? Me thinks 'Yes'!!!

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I think you have a valid point there.

If not the BBC in general, , try the Daily Mail, that Rosie something something, or BBC Watchdog.

Could well be a scam.

Or, a HPC'er has hacked their website and is extracting the Michael? :lol:

If it is a scam it would make wonderful headlines in the Express:

"Desperate Estate Agents exaggerate house prices in desparate bid to prevent crash"

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Hi,

And while you're at it, why not ask www.findaproperty.co.uk why, in my area (sw15), they have had a small selection of the same properties with red 'sold' stickers next to them for 12-24 months in certain instances. Don't get it. Are they sold or not? It's not the STC selection, it's the 'sold' ones, so why are they still there month after month?

Boomer

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-473...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

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the £999 million pound house was er actually sold for

01/09/2003 £795,000 Det. F/H Map 15, St Helens Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 0QJ

07/12/2001 £500,000 Det. F/H Map 15, St Helens Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 0QJ

i think....

Nice flip - buy a 11 bedroom house, sit on it and sell it again....

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