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I could afford to heat and maintain it, but not buy it, guess I'm poor too.

I could not afford to heat it or maintain it, and I could not afford to buy it....but if I was given it I would most certainly try to sell it. ;)

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Nice.

7.5m not 750,000 I should think.

Not for the likes of me...... :(

I wonder if was a "development " gone wrong... could it be the highest priced repossession currently (or indeed ever ?)

Mind you... £750,000 looks cheap... but were places like this really going for £7.5m last year ?

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Nice.

7.5m not 750,000 I should think.

Not for the likes of me...... :(

Well it does say On the instructions of the Halifax, by private treaty repossessions are on the up....................

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what does "sale by private treaty" mean?

Sale by private treaty is a property sale based on terms resulting from a conference between buyer and seller.

In this case The Halifax is the seller..................................

Edit: Halifax is the implied seller..............sorry

Edited by redshoes

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Well, I could afford to buy it. But I'm not sure I could afford to heat it and maintain it, guess I'm poor too.

I could afford to heat and maintain it, but not buy it, guess I'm poor too.

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Well, if I bought it at a knock down price and insured it, I can think of a way of heating it that could be a nice little earner...

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Sale by private treaty is a property sale based on terms resulting from a conference between buyer and seller.

In this case The Halifax is the seller..................................

Edit: Halifax is the implied seller..............sorry

Ta!

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Well, if I bought it at a knock down price and insured it, I can think of a way of heating it that could be a nice little earner...

lol we've had enough talk on this forum about Weston super mare pier

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This is cheaper than cheap and a lear signal that the market is nearing the bottom.

Get your STR funds ready to gobble up cheap properties and live the life your entitled to.

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This is cheaper than cheap and a lear signal that the market is nearing the bottom.

Get your STR funds ready to gobble up cheap properties and live the life your entitled to.

It's still 50% overvalued. As, I suspect, is your imaginary wealth.

Edited by DissipatedYouthIsValuable

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