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Having a peruse through the local property pages, and one of the "news" pieces was (sorry, no link):

Car comes free...

You can buy an apartment or maisonette in Stalham - and drive away with a new car as part of the deal!

The developer of Market Mews, a complex of 20 apartments and maisonettes in the heart of Stalham, is giving away new Peugeot 107s as part of a new scheme - so if you fancy the idea, get in touch with William H Brown on 01692 581034.

The apartments vary in specification, but for a two-bedroom property, it costs £188,950

It doesn't look like the agents have updated it on the rightmove link, but PB shows they've already knocked off £6,000, and did have 10% deposit paid (now reduced to 5%, and £100 towards mortgage costs for 2 yrs)

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Interesting that it's a supermini they're giving away. I'd have thought it would be the petrol guzzlers that don't hold their value very well (2.5 litre Mondeos; that sort of thing) that might be thrown in with a new house deal, as the result of builders doing a deal with car makers to shift stock that has become more difficult to sell because of high petrol prices.

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Its the 1007 (pronounced 'one thousand and seven' due to someJames Bond / Cubby Broccoli copyright bunk) that has the sliding doors. 107s are less than £7k brand new.

Edited: price accuracy!

Edited by Stourbridge Baggie

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Its the 1007 (pronounced 'one thousand and seven' due to someJames Bond / Cubby Broccoli copyright bunk) that has the sliding doors. 107s are less than £7k brand new.

Edited: price accuracy!

Check this one out:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7533284.stm

the owner of the property in the vid is giving away a MX5 (maybe she cant fit in it!)

The video is full of doom and gloom from EAs.

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Will this be the modern version of the 'stole the basket but left the money' story from Weimar Republic days...?

Today at an EA I noticed that a house was for sale and the seller offered to pay £400 each month for the first 12 months towards the mortgage.

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