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|address||type||original price||current price||change||days on market||postcode|
|Mobile Home Nr Chester CH1 1HH||2 bedroom||£35,000||£32,000||DOWN 8%||369 days||(ch1)|
|Waterside View, Chester CH1, One BR CH1 3EA||1 bedroom||£40,000||£38,000||DOWN 5%||277 days||(ch1)|
|Waterside View, Chester, Cheshire C CH1 3EA||1 bedroom||£45,000||£38,000||DOWN 15%||374 days||(ch1)|
|Cheshire,Chester One BR, GUIDE PRIC CH1 4HD||1 bedroom||£45,000||£30,000||DOWN 33%||467 days||(ch1)|
|The Wharf New Crane Street One BR, CH1 4HZ||1 bedroom||£50,000||£45,000||DOWN 10%||434 days||(ch1)|
|Garden Lane, Chester,Chester, CH1 4HD||1 bedroom house||£50,000||£45,000||DOWN 10%||63 days||(ch1)|
|Garden Lane, Chester,Chester, CH1 4HD||1 bedroom house||£70,000||£50,000||DOWN 28%||47 days||(ch1)|
|The Quarter Egerton Street One BR, CH1 3NR||1 bedroom||£74,950||£69,950||DOWN 6%||447 days||(ch1)|
|Egerton Street, Chester CH1, One BR CH1 3NR||1 bedroom||£92,500||£69,950||DOWN 24%||444 days||(ch1)|
|Chester City Centre, Chester, A 1 B CH1 3EA||1 bedroom||£99,950||£89,950||DOWN 10%||503 days||(ch1)|
- anon est agent || anythng requiring any work only selling for 20% discount in chester. Any less and sits around for ever -- left at Wed Nov 28 09:05:59 +0000 2007
- Wanda || if its not selling and sits around forever, its overpriced in the first place - the 'discount' is not a discount - its a market price adjustment -- left at Mon Aug 30 22:19:05 +0000 2010
- Richard || Was thinking of buying because so far Chester seems immune from any price correction. Been left thinking after a phone call from a successful property developer pal that was bullish all the way through to now, but sees a big correction coming soon. He's not usually wrong. 'Banks have backed off repossessing because they thought they could hold off and wait for a better price as the economy improved. Would be sellers thought it was a bad time to sell so would sit it out. Things aren't going to improve and so the tide turns. Pre 2007 conditions wont return. Cash buyers are thin on the ground, inflation, jobs etc means spare cash is lacking.' I may still buy if something bang right comes along but more cautious. -- left at Wed Aug 10 23:08:27 +0000 2011
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