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All of a sudden prices are being marked as "guide prices" in a lot of EA windows in Newbury ..........does this means somethings afoot?

( also saw a £290K house in a nearby town go for £~265K a drop of £25K !!!!)

Does anyone have any other info on whats happening in Newbury and nearby areas....

My sources from EA's indicate people are taking well under the asking price after properties have sat on the books for a while.

I also can't belive a lot of the new BTL's are yielding anything remotely decent.

I remember Newbury being in the Sunday times when it had gone "bust" after the Thatcher boom, lots of empty shops and the like. What convinces me the

most is the plethora ( spelling?) of coffee shops.....just like last time just before a recession.....

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All of a sudden prices are being marked as "guide prices" in a lot of EA windows in Newbury ..........does this means somethings afoot?

( also saw a £290K house in a nearby town go for £~265K a drop of £25K !!!!)

Does anyone have any other info on whats happening in Newbury and nearby areas....

My sources from EA's indicate people are taking well under the asking price after properties have sat on the books for a while.

I also can't belive a lot of the new BTL's are yielding anything remotely decent.

I remember Newbury being in the Sunday times when it had gone "bust" after the Thatcher boom, lots of empty shops and the like. What convinces me the

most is the plethora ( spelling?) of coffee shops.....just like last time just before a recession.....

Interesting post, i always say whatever happened to "OIRO" next to the asking price, used to always see it in the 80's then it dissapeared, low and behold it's slowly making a comeback, happy days!

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