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Found advertising their sale via gumtree, newbuild in 2005 flat, now for sale at less than the 2005 purchase price!

Doesnt even look like they've ever had a tenant in - doesnt look like such a good investment now does it?

http://www.ptebbutt.talktalk.net/34dovedale.htm

but sold in 2005 for:

http://www.houseprices.co.uk/dovedale-swindon-sn25/21/

Oops, looking behind their webpage, looks like they're even having to sell the second car to cover their "liquidity problems"

http://www.ptebbutt.talktalk.net/car.htm

and they've put their lease info prices up too:

http://www.ptebbutt.talktalk.net/lease_info.htm

:D

and looking further at the price info - no 21 sold in Dec 2004 for 149,950, then in JUNE 2007 for 127,500 - god only knows how much they would have dropped by now!

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Very little chance of selling it at that price. <_<

I think people like Kirsty should start making programs where they meet these type of "homeowners'. See how positive she is then.

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No 20 dropped too: 23/12/2004 £148,950 then 20/11/2006 £121,000.

I can't believe that people still bought them new last year; I think that they would have been better off losing their deposit than buying £30k of negative equity.

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