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Gone...shop empty this am only the sign above the shop left. Been in business about 1year.

Maybe they've changed their business model and are working from home too ;-)

wonder how long Pippen Ford in Tongwynlais can cling on for. Hopefully the bigger ones are feeling it too.

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Gone...shop empty this am only the sign above the shop left. Been in business about 1year.

Maybe they've changed their business model and are working from home too ;-)

wonder how long Pippen Ford in Tongwynlais can cling on for. Hopefully the bigger ones are feeling it too.

It was an EA in Taffs Well that I visited last year. Told the 'executive tart' behind the desk I was a cash buyer, took some details, even made a viewing appointment that I later had to cancel. Never heard another thing from them. In our old region (Farnborough/Aldershot), telling an EA you are a cash buyer guarantees you become their new best friend. I'm surprised EAs around here aren't an endangered species.

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I'll only get excited when I see the board taken down above MGY in Radyr - that will be sweet and will cause 90% of overpriced properties in Radyr to look for a new home with another agent - at a lower price, hopefully, because nothing else seems to be making people wake up and see reality here.

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I'll only get excited when I see the board taken down above MGY in Radyr - that will be sweet and will cause 90% of overpriced properties in Radyr to look for a new home with another agent - at a lower price, hopefully, because nothing else seems to be making people wake up and see reality here.

Funnily enough, that EA was the first one I visited when I arrived in Cardiff in March 2006 and a woman in there told me then that it was a buyers' market. It's amazing how much punishment the people actually selling will take, though, before accepting the truth.

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interesting area. one of those that "won't be affected by house price falls".

Across the valley in one of those posh villages near Radyr ex-council 3-bed semis like this were going for £115 in 2001, £175 in 2006 and a hoped-for £275 (recently plumetting to £268) in 2008!

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Hills Estate Agent have just dissappeared off Rightmove...and so have Pippen Ford in Tongwynlais!

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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?


      • down 5% +
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