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|address||type||original price||current price||change||days on market||postcode|
|Ritherdon Road One BR, Located on t SW17 8QG||1 bedroom||£267,500||£190,000||DOWN 28%||627 days||(sw17)|
|Langroyd Road, London SW17, Three B SW17 7PL||3 bedroom house||£685,000||£600,000||DOWN 12%||525 days||(sw17)|
|Thurso Street, Tooting,Tooting, SW17 0JB||2 bedroom house||£475,000||£425,000||DOWN 10%||313 days||(sw17)|
|Blackshaw Road, Upper Tooting SW17, SW17 0DH||2 bedroom||£249,950||£224,950||DOWN 10%||693 days||(sw17)|
|GUIDE PRICE ?180,000 TO ?210,000., SW17 9NX||2 bedroom||£199,950||£180,000||DOWN 9%||782 days||(sw17)|
|Singleton Close, Colliers Wood, Lon SW17 9JY||3 bedroom house||£365,000||£330,000||DOWN 9%||579 days||(sw17)|
|Earlsfield One BR, Accommodation co SW17 0NX||1 bedroom||£215,000||£194,999||DOWN 9%||632 days||(sw17)|
|London, A 1 BR purpose built apartm SW17 0PP||1 bedroom||£175,000||£160,000||DOWN 8%||655 days||(sw17)|
|GUIDE PRICE ?300,000 TO ?315,000 Tw SW17 9TD||2 bedroom||£325,000||£300,000||DOWN 7%||763 days||(sw17)|
|Hayloft, Unit 4,Seely Road,London, SW17 9QP||3 bedroom house||£595,000||£550,000||DOWN 7%||353 days||(sw17)|
- Celia || What a great idea this site is. No-one has the time to do the leg-work and the agents are raking in indecent amounts of money. I hope it helps some of the younger people looking for homes. Good work and thanks. -- left at Wed May 30 10:47:28 +0000 2007
- Steel City Trader || This site is fantastic idea. For all too long, agents (most of them unregulated!) have set prices that in way that distorts the market. In any other area of financial dealing, these practices would land a broker in jail. Here's to the people who brought a more transparent view of the market. Here's to the a new era of free market economics dictating the price of a home, yes a home-that is what these buildings are supposed to be. ps I gather you can sell through Tesco for £199-chew on that wide boy!!!!! -- left at Wed Jul 11 15:15:01 +0000 2007
- Speculator || Great site.. Read about it in Sunday Times yesterday.. Just a quick question.. where do you get the "days on market" data from? I've just put my flat on the market recently and I've noticed that it took an agent about a week to put it on they're website and it's been around 2 weeks before it appeared on propertyfinder and similiar websites. As I'm IT guy myself I don't understand why it takes so long to get it added to the property search engines.. Is it a marketing thing? -- left at Mon Nov 05 09:15:20 +0000 2007
- martin home buyer with 3 bed 6o grand mortgage || BOE has lent billions to uk banks but it dosent seem to be reported accurately . The best way to know if your bank is in trouble is simple. If they are offering high interest rates on a current account then they cannot borrow money from other lenders so they want your money to prop themselves up. The inter banking base rate is still 1% about the uk base rate so currently 6.5%. You should also be aware that they now have borrowed so much money from the BOE and ECB that they've reached there limit. Be very careful if your banks current account saving rate is anything near 6.7 or above, they will make northern rock seem like a side show. Be especially worried if your bank building soc is offering over 10% on a current account with you banking a min of £500 a month. The fed reserve in the states is saying there are 6 trillion dollars of sub prime / interest only mortgages in the USA, how much of that have uk banks got, will they have to write it off yes will you have to pay for it in higher interest rates and higher tax I think its a big fat yes. You should also be aware that 11% of uk mortgages are BTL these are interest only mainly and are what the american banks call sub prime. Still think UK property is a safe bet especially after april 08 when the cap gains tax goes from 40% to 18%, there will be a massive glut of houses on the market, prices will be in super free fall by then, not a chance in hell for a soft landing. But everyone needs some ware to live, there is an under supply of housing, houses always go up, bricks and mortar are safe as houses, location location location, simple its supply and demand. All sounds like spin to me and with the bank of england desperately trying to manage a soft landing you know how governments should not try and buck manage the markets. Its your tax money and savings the banks are using to feed the speculators now, its an outrage. Lotís of big companies have also bought into the property market, they dont come in to the figures because they buy out right, now they are selling aswell at a loss in alot of cases, sit back save and watch the melt down. Please please please donít listen to the spin of the TV property ladies most have made a fortune at your expense! If you think this melt down has got anything to do with the government then you donít understand markets, its a free one and the truth will be fortune has favored the prudent and not the self interested . remember location location location or is it spin spin spin, all they do is talk up there own profits and complain about anything that hinders them charging more money for they properties. -- left at Mon Dec 31 00:37:52 +0000 2007
- rich || Yes the UK property / mortgage market is the least regulated in the world. Do est agents go to uni for a degree, I think not. -- left at Sun Jan 13 23:38:31 +0000 2008
- Alex || I'm an estate agent and I've got a 2:1 in English Literature from Oxford University. I read Elizabethan and Jacobean drama and modern critical theory. Next question? -- left at Tue Jan 22 17:33:06 +0000 2008
- rich || Thanks for making my point better than I could, your a great words smith clearly and superbly qualified at sexing up the sales blurb but you didn't get a degree in estate agency. After last nights panorama I think the future will be grim don't wast your talents go find a job in marketing or PR, at least you will be able to sleep at night. Don't take it the wrong way I wish more brits were as educated as you but as most of use have paid far to much for are property we don't have a chance in hell of sending are children to uni to get a degree. -- left at Tue Feb 05 11:08:26 +0000 2008
- martin || Um the share run on SOBH last week should show you that all is not well in that camp. Are the speculators trying to tell us something? Around 70% of their funding for mortgages is with savers money and 30% from the money markets. Now think about what the credit crunch is, its been about toxic loans on interest only sub prime mortgages on over inflated property prices in the usa and UK and people defaulting on that unaffordable mortgage. lenders will not lend to each other because they have turned a blind eye to fraudulent mortgages and made profits so they know that the other lenders must have done the same to achieve similar profits. Now if you understand about turning a blind eye to all the mortgage fraud that has gone on by borrowers to get on the prop ladder over the past 4 years then SOBH by default are more exposed to the property crash in the UK than any other lender because they are the biggest lender in the UK. So around 70% of their mortgages are funded with savers money and not the money markets and because of the credit crunch they could not borrow or fund savers taking their money out. Its a credit FREEZE now, the savers money is locked away for 25 years on a mortgage with a property valued 25 years ahead of what a sustainable value should be today. So it would be impossible for there to be any more capital growth in property infact there is negative equity already in the UK. This is edging on an insolvent situation for them and remember that it is a maximum of 35 grand that is protected by the UK government not 35 grand in one bank and 35 in another. Donít forget that the UK prop market is around 45% over valued and it is the savers money out there propping it up, extremely exposed to the truth and only protected by the banks SPIN. Oh all those shares the managers were told to buy to recover the share price, bet they sell them off slowly over the next couple of months, donít want to alert any body to it do we!!!!! -- left at Fri Mar 28 22:16:22 +0000 2008
- shak || I am sorry but the original prices stated here are grossly out of order. To show that vendors have reduced prices by 35% is pure nonsense. -- left at Sat Apr 12 17:34:55 +0000 2008
- Khadiga, Wimbledon || To Shak. I'm afraid you are wrong. There are properties in some areas with nearly 50% reductions and these can all be checked if you keep an eye on the properties via the agents websites. I became an expert as I was trying to sell...so know what I am talking about. -- left at Tue Apr 15 13:05:20 +0000 2008
- Rupert || This is a great site. The only thing that I can think of to help you get more sales and to help potential purchasers of properties is that it must be madatory a to have photo of the property and then a link to estate agents website etc. There is nothing more annoying than seeing a property listed and not to be able to see it or get thorough the website. Apart from this this site is fab -- left at Fri Apr 18 21:37:20 +0000 2008
- || Doesn't look like you update your comments at all? -- left at Sat Apr 19 17:41:31 +0000 2008
- Bulldog || Rupert, I agree with you re link to Estate Agents handling each property. I recall that about a year ago a number of agents banded together to disallow the links that were shown at that time. They might like to rethink this strategy now that sales (and commissions) are drying up fast ! -- left at Mon Jul 28 09:02:04 +0000 2008
- Bulldog || Forget about estate agents putting photos up on this site. What we need is actual sale prices rather than estate agent asking prices. Evening Standard of Wed 17 December features day 1 of Allsop's auction. Lot 9 featured 2 bed flat over 2 floors in Victorian House close to Tooting Broadway and the estate agent value was £250,000. Did it get knocked down for just a bit below that ? Yes went for £165,000 !! The auction houses will take all business away from estate agents in certain sectors of the market and particularly for first time buyers. -- left at Fri Dec 19 05:30:16 +0000 2008
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