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Subby 26th April

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Sophia 10th May

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Traktion 24th May

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Doccyboy 28th June

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Sogy 26th July

Dieselfreak 2nd August

I'll take 626

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I look at these houses, even with their reduced prices, and I cannot fathom how anyone could be able to afford to pay that for a house.

The thing that stuck out for me this week was the 15 (yes, fifteen) listings for different flats in the 'Curzon Apartments' development that have been reduced. I wonder how many 'canny investors' have snapped them up ;)

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Hooray! 1 bed apartments down from £180k to £140k

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=HESHES1742

I know, it's brilliant isn't it!

I reckon those canny investors will be snapping up those apartments at such bargain prices.

I wish I had the business acumen of those amazing investors, I have to say that they deserve every penny of profit they will get from buying one of these apartments at a mere £140K. ;)

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http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/loc...u-13448645.html

Quote - "A one-bedroom apartment at The Bakery ranges in size from 550 to 650sq ft, selling for £250,000, while two-bed flats (800 to 1,000sq ft) cost between £300,000 and £360,000 for the lucky few who got in on time. "

Im glad Im not one of those 'lucky few' who are contracted to fork out £250,000 for a 1 bed Apt.....

In the same article:

"Buyers have also agreed not to sell their property within the first 18 months to ensure the scheme develops as a community as well as a good investment."

Are these lock-ins common? What fun - watching your investment plummet and not allowed to sell! :lol:

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