Monday, September 24, 2012

Make £35m in banking and you’re evil; but make it on property and you’re living the British Dream

Crimewatch star Nick Ross's house is a steal at £35m

FORMER Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross has sold his London home for an incredible £35million – making a profit of almost 4,000 per cent. The 65-year-old broadcaster paid £950,000 for the house in Notting Hill, west London, during the property slump in 1993. He is understood to have sold it for almost 400 times that amount to Khaled Said, the 37-year-old son of Saudi billionaire Wafic Said.

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5 thoughts on “Make £35m in banking and you’re evil; but make it on property and you’re living the British Dream

  • Throughout history, entities have wondered how to successfully invade Britain in a more modern age.

    Ships from the Spanish Armada – No.

    Bombs from the third reich – No.

    Just buy it – YES.

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  • Make that more like 40 times – £950,000 x 40 = £38,000,000 – still a `nice little earner Tel` . Yes Arfur .

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  • Nick Ross is (or was a few years ago) a moderate land value taxer.

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  • and having sold he may join your ranks once more Mark.

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  • I am so pleased that the house sold to a Saudi as there are no british able to pay that price. One has to wonder who the Saudi will sell it to.

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