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OK Peeps, lets have some guesses for this weekend coming!

Winners so far:

Subby 8th March

Vespasian 15th March

prophet-profit 23 March

Not only could you join the hall of fame, but pick up a fantasy property from the delights of the EXTREMELY GOOD VALUE Northern Ireland property market. As you know, PROPERTY PRICES ONLY EVER GO UP so next week your fantasy property could be worth more fantasy cash

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r...1&p=1767248

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28 Shore Street, BT32, Killyleagh, Co. Down, BT32 3SG

Type Fallingdownhouse

Bedrooms 2

Reception

Offer Status For Sale

Offers Over

£ 125,000

EUR 185,039*

US$ 253,862

Features

Description

A rare opportunity exists to acquire this end terrace property with excellent development potential, situated in the heart of Killyleagh.

The property is located a short distance from the town centre with a range of shops, cafes, and restaurants.(handy, as its inhabitable) It is also just a few minutes walk from Strangford Lough and Killyleagh Yacht Club.

Priced to allow for renovation or replacement, this is indeed an ideally situated property that will appeal to DIY enthusiasts(crazed, wild-eyed and foaming at the mouth) and developers alike. Therefore we can recommend early viewing of this property.(not through the boarded up windows and doors though, naughty!)

ENTRANCE HALL: .........hmmm.......can't think of much to say here

LIVING ROOM: 3.89m (12'9) x 3.61m (11'10)

Cast iron fireplace with tiled insets and black charred ebonised, carved wood surround; range of built in book shelves.

SHOWER ROOM: 2.57m (8'5) x 2.57m (8'5)

Shower Cubical *please note the shower is weather controlled*

KITCHEN: 2.69m (8'10) x 2.16m (7'1)

Glazed Belfast sink with "Heathrea" electric heater oven; range of fitted cupboards and shelves; PVC tiled floor; Formica work top.

(please note that heathrea is latin for completely buggered, requiring overhaul and/or replacement)

BEDROOM 1: 4.22m (13'10) x 3.63m (11'11)

Fireplace opening, leading to numerous dead birds in the chimney

BEDROOM 2: 2.64m (8'8) x 2.64m (8'8)

OUTSIDE:

Outside WC and store(YOU MEAN YOU CRAP OUT THE WINDOWS!).

GARDEN TO REAR:

FEATURES INCLUDE:

Situated yards from Strangford Lough

Within walking distance of shops

Vehicle access to rear

Suitable for DIY enthusiast / developer

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:lol::lol::lol: and :lol:

Priced to allow for renovation or replacement, this is indeed an ideally situated property that will appeal to DIY enthusiasts(crazed, wild-eyed and foaming at the mouth) and developers alike. Therefore we can recommend early viewing of this property.

:lol: ..........'Therefore we can recommend early viewing of this property'

Does your doctor recommend medication?

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Two one-bed city centre apartments, both reduced to £129K

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=GOCGOC2346

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?p=1209HF229808910

It will be interesting to see how long it takes for properties like these ones to fall to the £100K mark - especially considering the masses of apartments that are being built in Belfast.

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It will be interesting to see how long it takes for properties like these ones to fall to the £100K mark - especially considering the masses of apartments that are being built in Belfast.

A year, I guess.

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OK Peeps, lets have some guesses for this weekend coming!

Winners so far:

Subby 8th March

Vespasian 15th March

Prophet-profit 23 March

Doccyboy 30th March

Not only could you join the hall of fame, but pick up a fantasy property from the delights of the EXTREMELY GOOD VALUE Northern Ireland property market. As you know, PROPERTY PRICES ONLY EVER GO UP so next week your fantasy property could be worth more fantasy cash

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r...p;p=ECSBTWL0325

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63 Ebor Street, Belfast, BT12 6NN

Type

Terrible

Bedrooms

2

Reception

1

Offer Status

For Sale

Estate Agent

BTWCairns

Offers Around

£ 120,000

EUR 152,032*

US$ 237,394

Features

* Attention builders and investors!

* Derelict mid-terrace property situated off Tates Avenue in South Belfast

* Rare opportunity to purchase such a property (NONSENSE, I'VE SEEN MANY CRAPPY PROPERTIES ABOUT)

* Located close to both hospitals, public transport motorway networks, Lisburn Road, Queens University Belfast, Belfast City Centre

* Offers invited on an unconditional basis

* Double glazed brickwork

* Several species of Rats

* Inside toilet (well....at least thats where the rats poo)

Description

Located off Tates Avenue in South Belfast, this derelict mid-terrace property is in need of total modernisation and provides a rare and excellent opportunity for investors and builders alike.

Look at the following testimonials!

"Looks like a good place to hide from the Mahon tribunal" B. Ahern

"This looks like a good spot for the new UUP HQ, and plot our comeback to government" Lady S. Hermon

"Well, of course I wouldn't live there! This place is a real sh1thole" Mr Cairns

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This might sound a little stupid but:

Price reductions year to date - on Property News - 9,000. Annualised that gives 36,000.

This is such a large number that to me it says that every place up for sale must be reduced to sell.

Also - compare the apartment blocks in Belfast - places like Margerita Plaza, Bass Buidlings etc...

These places have seemingly similar proprties for sale at different prices.

If you neighbour in identi-flat drops his price by 10k but still doesn't sell - where does that leave you?

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