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A Strange Joint Equity Offer

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Playing around on property bee. Interestingly of the 2000 or so houses available for sale in Darlington less than 200 or so have sale agreed or whatever phrase they wish to use against them.

I also found this. Shared Equity on a 4 bedroom detached house, £83,000 (wasn't shared equity supposedly for those wanting a first step on the housing ladder, not helping a builder flog the last properties on an estate?)

For slightly less you could have this instead 2 bed flat above a shopping parade £70,000 on a similar scheme

Somehow I think some prices are out of sync.

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Somehow I think some prices are out of sync.

Definitely agree with that.

The 4 bed house I bought 18 months ago, with garage and garden was only £30K (20%) more than a 2 year old 1 bed flat on the other side of the same road.

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Definitely agree with that.

The 4 bed house I bought 18 months ago, with garage and garden was only £30K (20%) more than a 2 year old 1 bed flat on the other side of the same road.

Ah, but I bet it was a 'luxury' 1 bed flat, with laminate floors, a kitchen shoved at one end of the living room, and half a dozen glitzy cushions on the bed. ;)

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