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Silly Price In Sheffield

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-962...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy

On at 145K over a year ago, sold, sale fell through, back on again at 139K, sold, sale fell through, now on again at 169k!!! This has been on the market for more than a year now (I live close by) and the solution when something doesn´t sell....up the asking price!!!

Joe Cocker lived in Slinn St

His Ma still did till recently

OK now for the science bit:)

And I promise I havent done the sums till now

Crookes is student central for those ho dont know

Lots of nice terraces all sold to landlords whenever they come on the market

Thus local population becoming more of a minority

Thus student ghetto gets worse and worse as prices and bloody students drive locals away

This house has no redeeming character features

This will not bother a bunch of shower dodgers :)

3 beds and a living room = 4 students

easy rent here is 60 nicker a room/week

Thats 240 a week, and 12480 a year.

If a fair yield is 8% then that values it at 156,000 squids.

So it actually had an offer at less than market value but now the vendor is greedy.

And I hope they rot in hell

How are my kids ever gonna buy a place locally when a pile of carp like this is on for that amount of money.

When the revolution comes..............

I_Hate

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