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What if it crashes 40% in the UK and most other places, but the Ecuador housing market holds up?

Will you compromise?

Sorry - it's Friday, and I'm rather close to 1000 posts.

No I will not compromise - I am hoping for 50% declines in Ecuador as a special case.

I will only buy when Ecuador is crashing :lol:

Sorry - it's Friday, and I'm rather close to 1000 posts.

Me too :lol::lol:

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If I put our figures down it would do a Rightmove and skew the figures. As we're living in a married quarter we pay council rates but the house would be worth approx £220k -£250k in it's current state (ie magnolia woodchip)

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When I rented it was

1) Private

2) £2,200 per week (£10,833 per Cal Month)

3) 4

4) Connaught Square, London

5) The Landlord purchased for £3,600.000

Could this be you KoN? Curtains twitch on Connaught Square as Blair tenants arrive

THE BLAIRS' tenants at their pounds 3.65m property in London's sought- after Connaught Square have finally moved in, six months after the Prime Minister first put the house up for rent.

A French male housekeeper and an Australian nanny were answering enquiries yesterday about the mysterious new tenants, a foreign businessman, his wife and their young daughter. But they declined to reveal the identity of their employers, whose belongings arrived in a three-ton furniture van, nor would they confirm the estimated weekly rental of pounds 2,000 - well below the pounds 3,900 the Blairs had originally demanded.

:lol:

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1) Private

2) £850

3) 4 bedrooms

4) Somerset

5) Hmmm... let's say minimum of £400k (it's a very individual property, with land and outbuildings, which, as far as I know, has never been sold since being built over 400 yrs ago)

At 2.55%, does my landlord win the 'HPC Worst Yield of 2006 Rent Survey' award?

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In answer to your question:

1. Private

2. 1800 pcm

3. 4

4. Berkshire (the royal borough no less!)

5. 800k +

But really worth about 400k!

MrsB

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1. Private

2. £600 pcm (shared two ways)

3. 2 bedrooms (and massive living area and garage)

4. Bedfordshire

5. circa £160,000

Son of Limahl

:rolleyes:

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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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