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I checked price paid for a flat - was bought for £159,950 in 2005, its for sale today for £145,000 thats a decent loss

Heres the details:

http://www.nethouseprices.com/index.php?co...PR7&town=&year=

Number 20.

For sale at wrongmove.co.uk here

http://makeashorterlink.com/?V260513DC

I looked at that there was no storage etc, seemed a lot of money and no lift to it.

"hey lets go to the penthouse babe, oh ya but no elevator sorry we gotta take the stairs"

Edited by George

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The internet is good because it reduces information assymetry. That is where one holds more knowledge than the other; this used to hold for bargaining power. The internet has reduced this.

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Todays bargain is tomorrows market price.

We ain't seen nothing yet!

I have a feeling about this year!

You're not the only one.

2006 and we're in a recession NOW.

If it looks like a recession and feels like one, it generally is one.

Edited by shermanator

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Check out these honeys:

Nottingham city centre

Oooh, I wish I had bought number 4 in 2002. What an investment. I used to live in number 7; I would pay £200K for it if you were lucky. A 1.5 bedroom 'penthouse' 'luxury' flat with no lift. Mmmmm.

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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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