Tuesday, April 7, 2009

How to kill buy to let market……read on…..

Taylor Wimpey and Lidl to build homes costing just £64,000Taylor Wimpey and Lidl to build homes costing just £64,000

It is understood the home will only be available to first-time buyers – buy-to-let investors will be barred.

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6 thoughts on “How to kill buy to let market……read on…..

  • the land should be put over to social housing, when are the planners going to work out that we have enough bloody flats and we need more social housing to be built.

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  • In orther news:

    Tesco abandons eco-town plans
    29 Aug 2008
    Contract Journal

    Tesco has shelved plans to build an eco-town at Hanley Grange, Cambs – the third such development to be abandoned in the face of local opposition.

    The supermarket chain had planned to build 11,000 homes in the area.

    The move means that there are now just 12 eco-towns still on the cards, from an original shortlist of 15.

    The shortlist was due to be reduced to 10 later this year but Housing Minister Caroline Flint has admitted that the government is now looking at “up to” 10 sites.

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  • Take a look at Ikea’s “Boklok” flats – they announced plans in 2006, and apparently some have been built in Gateshead. Does anybody know how much they are actually selling for?

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  • £64K for a 1 bed flat up in Scotland, same price down in Home Counties sometime this year!

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  • letsgetreadytotumble says:

    £64 000? I want to pay that for a 3 bed detached.

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  • Tenyearstogetmymoneyback says:

    Anyone know how much it actually costs to build a house? Back in 1995 (before there was any cheap Polish labour etc)
    you could buy a perfectly good brand new Crest two bed house in New Milton, Hampshire for £52000. Has the price of bricks etc really gone up that much ?

    :- Duncan

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