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What’s the cheapest home for sale in Leeds? How about in London? We take a look…
Since the downturn, property prices have sprung back in some areas and fallen even further in others. That means the cheapest home for sale in Kensington could easily be 10 times the price of the cheapest home in Belfast.
We chose 10 locations across the UK and found one of the cheapest homes for sale there right now. We’ve discounted retirement apartments, specialist student accommodation, part-ownerships and temporary homes like caravans. We’ve also not included properties that are to be auctioned, as the prices could rise.
The value of homes across the UK really varies, and these homes show the startling difference in prices…
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To give any kind of platform to the views and opinions of his two murderers is outrageous. The trial is completely unnecessary - their guilt is obvious and needs no further proof than their insane rantings. The plea of not guilty to murder is ridiculous and is only serving to cause heartbreak and suffering to Lee Rigby's family and angry outrage from us decent citizens. Lee Rigby's murder was an act of outrageous primitive savagery and should be condemned by every right minded person in a civilised society. I can't believe the coverage being given without condemnation of such an atrocity. The fact that the accused being quoted has no relationship with the decent values of our U.K. society is a cause for real concern. How many others are amongst us harbouring such hatred? People who do not support the civilised, tolerant values of our society have no right to be here.
... THIS IS OUR NATION, THE UK, IN THE YEAR 2013, IN THE 21ST C. ...
.. IF OUR COUNTRY IS NOT IN PERFECT ECONOMIC ORDER, THEN IT IS NOT THE `FAULT` OF
THE PEOPLE THAT FILL ITS LAND, NOR THE BLAME OF ANY COUNTRY OUT OF THE ENTIRETY OF THE REST OF THE WORLD, BUT THAT OF THOSE FINELY-SALARIED UNITED KINGDOM
AUTHORITARIANS, CURRENT AND FORMERLY, WHO HAVE FAILED IN THEIR TASKS THAT THEY ARE HONOURED TO HAVE BEEN GRANTED WITH AND SO, HENCEFORTH SHOULD REALIGN AND CONFRONT THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND SHORTFALLS, OBVIOUSLY ASAP FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LIVING PROLETARIAT AND ALSO FOR THOSE DESERVING FOLK WHO HAVE OVER THE YEARS, GIVEN THEIR LIVES FOR OUR FUTURES AND SAKES ~
( RE : NEGATIVE REMARKS CONCERNING ECONOMIC / FISCAL PROPERTY - ISSUES OF THE UK AS OPPOSED TO GLOBULAR SECULAR FINANCIAL - ISSUES. )____________________________________________________________________________
Be interesting to know a bit more about these properties. The flat in the Birmingham tower block looks like ex-council and they tend to come with a lot of hidden extras. Where I used to live many of the tower block flats had to be sold back to the council after the owners found they couldn't afford to pay for mandatory repairs that all the people who were still tenants got done for free.
I live in rural Norfolk now and property round here is still sensibly priced. You wouldn't dream of having to shell out £135K for a studio flat - that sort of money would buy a three-bed bungalow with a large garden. In fact you could buy a two-bed bungalow with a decent sized garden for £65K.
These properties are great.
Imagine, you'd have enough money left over for the constant supply of heroine you'd need to make your short, miserable life worth living.
What a splendid antidote to hard work and aspiration. I for one, feel inspired!
These 60's bild flats are a good size inside,but the whole building is cast concrete
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