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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Sorry?
    supply and demand
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    I hope it bursts, as why should I pay 7 figures to love in the city
    That's high end escorts for you.
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    (Original post by mero22)
    Kensington can cost £28m for a mansion... while in other countries it mostly costs £3m


    I know a guy living in a 2 bedroom flat in the west.

    Costs £400,000


    For the same price you could get a 5 bedroom refurbished house in Southampton.
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    (Original post by aesthetic god)
    supply and demand

    Still, house prices are ridiculous, its not fair
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    That's high end escorts for you.

    Lol my typing sucks
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    (Original post by Listers)
    I know a guy living in a 2 bedroom flat in the west.

    Costs £400,000


    For the same price you could get a 5 bedroom refurbished house in Southampton.
    Ikr, my dream house costs nearly £63m in London lol

    http://www.rightmove.co.uk/new-homes...-41117193.html
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    £250k

    Detached, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, front and back garden, patio, garage and a large drive (can park up to 4 cars).

    Houses in Wales are such good value :smug:
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    According to zoopla £744,113
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    The moral of the story is stay the **** away from London if at all possible.

    Nothing against Londoners it's just too damn expensive.
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    (Original post by Lord Samosa)
    £250k

    Detached, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, front and back garden, patio, garage and a large drive (can park up to 4 cars).

    Houses in Wales are such good value :smug:
    :0 lucky
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    (Original post by Lord Samosa)
    £250k

    Detached, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, front and back garden, patio, garage and a large drive (can park up to 4 cars).

    Houses in Wales are such good value :smug:
    Actually, thinking about it; my house is probably worth about the same.

    I keep underestimating just how much of a price difference there is between London houses and Welsh houses.

    My house is;
    Detached, has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge, front hall(a big front hall), kitchen, front garden, large drive(parks up to 3 cars, or 4 if you squeeze in), and a pond.(though the pond was kinda broken when we moved in. My dad completely rebuilt it and bought a pump and filter for it)
    Oh and there's a shed. Or well, 2 sheds now, but we got 1 free off our old next door neighbour when he moved out, and it's kinda just sitting in front of the other shed, quite clearly not really meant to be there.


    Technically, we also have a basement, but uh... there's no entrance. Bit of an oversight from whoever last repaired the place.(apparently, it was a ruin a while before we moved in)
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    (Original post by mero22)
    Ikr, my dream house costs nearly £63m in London lol

    http://www.rightmove.co.uk/new-homes...-41117193.html


    Probably the right time to invest in chinese stocks or something LMAO.

    £63M for a home.



    Yeah right.
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    The moral of the story is stay the **** away from London if at all possible.

    Nothing against Londoners it's just too damn expensive.

    But no other city can rival London
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    But no other city can rival London
    I know. It's a catch 22.
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    (Original post by Listers)
    Probably the right time to invest in chinese stocks or something LMAO.

    £63M for a home.



    Yeah right.
    Hahahah. That may be a joke for you, peasant, but for those of us in the high patriarchy of white christian billionaires, £63M is just like pocket change :fatcontroller:
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    How?!? :eek:

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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    *Currently worth, as that bubble is going to burst
    how soon do you think?

    im actually getting into house ownership, im worried the property im gonna get is gonna depreciate rapidly due to housing costs having reached its peak in london. the property is just outside london around medway. quite sad.
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    Well it doesn't mean anything, being that no one is defined by the value of their house. But because you asked a question, it is worth £647,000. Thought that was interesting - considering we bought it for approximately £400,000
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    Nothing, they give boxes out for free at tescos.
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    (Original post by BullViagra)
    how soon do you think?



    im actually getting into house ownership, im worried the property im gonna get is gonna depreciate rapidly due to housing costs having reached its peak in london. the property is just outside london around medway. quite sad.

    Its hard to say an exact estimate, but from 2020 is when I do expect for property values to decline, but it is inevitable.
    Some of these new build properties or flats are really going to suffer.
 
 
 
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