But the same can be said for many, if not most, parts of London. London as a whole is insanely priced. But, within London and its insane prices, south of the river, including Wandsworth, tends to be still cheaper than north: part of it is the better transport links and more tubes north of the Thames, but part of it is also, IMHO, a big, not entirely justified stigma that is still attached to living "south of the river" Am I the only one who has ever been met with puzzlement and horror when explaining he lives 'south'?TFP wrote: ↑Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:22 pmBut as others have said, lots of 'city' type jobs [defined very broadly, to include banks, accountancy, consultancy law firms, etc] will indeed be lost under a hard or even middling form of brexit... and these jobs [rather than e.g. the air quality] are the sole reason why e.g. a typical NV house is worth double [and the rest] of what a house of the same spec would be worth even within walking distance of the centre of any of provincial town or city.
I recently put in some offers on three that were 15% below ask.Dub18 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 05, 2018 4:19 pmHas anyone had any recent experience of making a low offer for a property in the area? Any experience of "offended sellers" as estate agents would lead you to believe?
I'm currently looking to buy but my budget is about 15% below some of the houses I'm interested in and I don't know whether it's worth even making an offer on such properties or simply viewing those closer to my budget.
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