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How much would anyone have to earn to buy that......those houses the whole house not flats could be bought for an average London salary....one salary and 5% or 10% deposit that could be saved easily over five years whilst renting that style flat down the road......

Got access to half a million......can think of so many better and productive ways of using it, only takes a little imagination and an exciting journey.;)

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It all boils down to those that have to work, many hours, giving their time and life to earn money to pay for that, no way is it worth it......others that get it given to them, they bet on a tip and won, they could borrow at interest only, can sit back and collect the rent of others hard work......they get a place for nothing or next to nothing.....real workers wouldn't and couldn't and wouldn't want to buy something like that for that price......there are better things and places of value.;)

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2 hours ago, PalmerEldritch said:

What is it, a sofa or a car ?

 

These people must be getting desperate.

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1 hour ago, Fromage Frais said:

Exactly or maybe coming to Norfolk and buying this house which has been reduced in price thanks to help to buy apparently?

They dont know how lucky they are!

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SO tax pyarees are helping people buy massive family homes and handing builders 114K for to allow them to,

 

Its time to protest, nothing else will stop these crooks.

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22 hours ago, PalmerEldritch said:

Looking at the scaffolding next door they may have realised that the property needs a new roof like that one and are offloading it before they get hit with the big bill ?

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3 hours ago, Old Guy said:

Looking at the scaffolding next door they may have realised that the property needs a new roof like that one and are offloading it before they get hit with the big bill ?

I suppose a new roof used to be a big bill - crazy HPI now mean in the time it takes to fix a roof it will probably go up in value by as much

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If it didn’t it’s because the low price  spooked prospective buyers into thinking there was something wrong with it. I’m always far more comfortable buying a prop which is (a) priced higher than anything else in the street “premium product” and (b) turns into a bidding war where I typically aim to pay asking +15%

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