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Insanity Or What!

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I was interested in a house last year - thinking of downsizing - on market at 150,000, but no takers for 6 months until a lady came along and offered 141,000 - the sale on her property fell through and she then accepted a lower offer but only had 135000 left to buy the property at the planned exchange of contracts yesterday. Anyway, the seller said no way under 140,000 - INSANITY OR WHAT! - so 3 months later the property is back on the market - in the meantime, the property is uninhabited, unheated, council taxed, water rated, etc., and the price just isn't going up - who wants an overpriced semi-derelict bungalow anyway. :ph34r:

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I was interested in a house last year - thinking of downsizing - on market at 150,000, but no takers for 6 months until a lady came along and offered 141,000 - the sale on her property fell through and she then accepted a lower offer but only had 135000 left to buy the property at the planned exchange of contracts yesterday. Anyway, the seller said no way under 140,000 - INSANITY OR WHAT! - so 3 months later the property is back on the market - in the meantime, the property is uninhabited, unheated, council taxed, water rated, etc., and the price just isn't going up - who wants an overpriced semi-derelict bungalow anyway. :ph34r:

yeh, especially one with squaters living there.

(where is it? ;);) )

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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