Wednesday, June 17, 2009

So now we are going to see real pain as this second wave gets torched

London property market: signs point back to the capital

So the house is for sale though Jackson-Stops & Staff (01932 821160) at £2.15 million and they are hoping to rent in South Kensington before they buy. “That is where bankers have moved out in droves so there are good bargains to be had,” she says. “We will rent initially so that we can respond quickly to a distress sale.” What lovely people, but they are going to get zapped too. Its too early. This also is going to smash the outlying areas as they discover they are just no hope towns with no industry and nothing to support the local economy.

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4 thoughts on “So now we are going to see real pain as this second wave gets torched

  • Good comment at the bottom.

    Damon Ortega, are you here?

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  • “The £450,000 to £650,000 price range for two-bedroom flats is particularly popular. “These would have cost £750,000 to £800,000 four years ago,”

    I’m still seeing asking @ early 2007 agreed, and completions around 93% of that, which only takes us to Jan 06.

    Lure in that fools gold! I’m only offering at least 22% below standard asking prices for my residence in the current market.

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  • To quote one of the comments:-
    “Overpaid, wealthy, smug, self centred prats”

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  • The fact that this couple want to move back into London with 2 young children suggests they are greedy
    and selfish. No child should be subjected to growing up in that concrete dump, even if Saarf Ken has
    the odd tree here and there, it’s no place for kids.

    Still, I wish them look in kncoking down the snooty public school half whits that [used to?] work as estate agents round there.

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