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Steppenpig

There are no bargains

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With "pent up demand" (aka, low finance costs enabling owners to hold out for higher prices longer than normal times) and low transactions, any "bargains" (in the sense of being cheaper than similar houses nearby are priced) are going to get snapped up or bid up to (or near) the market rate. In the absence of generalised  price declines, the only damage limiting strategy is to ensure you don't overpay.

 

Or, if anyone knows of any bargains, let me know.

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