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Salisbury house price collapse confimed

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This has to be good news for Londoners.

Russians are heavily invested in London property. They will see this negative impact on values and will be sure not to carry out Novichok attacks in the city.

Not so good for areas where Russians haven't bought property.

Wales could be next if we have any Russian spies that Putin thinks are 'scumbags'.

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they should run macabre tours.

And on the left is the park where the alkies got theirs, to the right is the skirpal residence, and here in the glass case at the front of the bus you can see the actual door handle and the eau de toilette that were used in the murders.

Next on the list is a visit to the grave of the police vehicles followed by a rest stop at zizzi's pizza, currently running a buy one get one free with their 'secret' recipe dipping sauce.

Possibly the shittest day out ever.

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David McKillop, of the Salisbury estate agents McKillop and Gregory, said the firm would typically sell 65% of its homes to buyers from outside the city, but demand had evaporated. “With outside buyers from London and the home counties not coming in, the market relies on local buyers, and Salisbury people will not pay the top price for property

Surely he means "cannot"?

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Have noticed that a number of ex-Londoners round my manor have ridden the ripple out of town.

Typically proper old school Londoners originally sold up years ago, commuted in, sold up again from commuter belt and bought local new-builds.

Eventually they will end up in Colwyn Bay or Rhyl when the money runs out as most of them live beyond the means of their jobs.

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6 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Eventually they will end up in Colwyn Bay or Rhyl when the money runs out as most of them live beyond the means of their jobs.

North Wales coast has a significant number of incomers from Merseyside area. Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn, Abergele, Towyn.

The more affluent will settle in Llandudno around West Shore or Deganwy overlooking Conwy castle.

Image result for deganwy overlooking conwy castle

Rhyl normally attracts benefit claimants living in HMO's that were former small hotels or b&bs.

The really well off will head for Llŷn Peninsula and can be met with a warm welcome. (Arson). 

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1 hour ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

North Wales coast has a significant number of incomers from Merseyside area. Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn, Abergele, Towyn.

The more affluent will settle in Llandudno around West Shore or Deganwy overlooking Conwy castle.

Image result for deganwy overlooking conwy castle

Rhyl normally attracts benefit claimants living in HMO's that were former small hotels or b&bs.

The really well off will head for Llŷn Peninsula and can be met with a warm welcome. (Arson). 

Back in the early 90s, I went in a pub in Portmahdog High St once on a Friday night. On the right as you go up the hill. 

We were 5 25 year old lads up from London staying in a house in Portmerion.

Frosty reception, wouldn't really cover it. It was like the wild west scene where the pianist stops playing when the avenger walks in.

One pint.

Gone.

Also the whole town seemed to like reggae for some reason.

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2 hours ago, shindigger said:

Back in the early 90s, I went in a pub in Portmahdog High St once on a Friday night. 

Also the whole town seemed to like reggae for some reason.

Early '90s Porthmadog and Portmeirion would be around the time local people moved on to 1974.

Bob Marley & The Wailers would be the latest hip tunes from civilisation, no radio signal that side of the mountains, probably a barmaid from the pubs stole a cassette from a holidaymaker's Capri when he done her in the back seat, or maybe a cleaner from the caravans at Black Rock pinched it. It would have been copied using a microphone onto a portable cassette player from somebody's Mum's ghetto blaster.

No bass at all, but the keyboard chops from Earl Lindo, Sly & Robbie tinkle noises, and Peter Tosh on shades playing maracas, perfectly complemented Bob's singing. Fantastic!

If you make a return visit now they've just discovered Take That.

  

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14 hours ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Early '90s Porthmadog and Portmeirion would be around the time local people moved on to 1974.

Bob Marley & The Wailers would be the latest hip tunes from civilisation, no radio signal that side of the mountains, probably a barmaid from the pubs stole a cassette from a holidaymaker's Capri when he done her in the back seat, or maybe a cleaner from the caravans at Black Rock pinched it. It would have been copied using a microphone onto a portable cassette player from somebody's Mum's ghetto blaster.

No bass at all, but the keyboard chops from Earl Lindo, Sly & Robbie tinkle noises, and Peter Tosh on shades playing maracas, perfectly complemented Bob's singing. Fantastic!

If you make a return visit now they've just discovered Take That.

  

this capri is now worth 50K

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On 16/10/2018 at 16:30, WorkingPoor said:

Despite being an estate agent, David McKillop is a decent bloke! As are most in Salisbury.

PS no mad gainz here in Salisbury over the last 5 years, probably inflation plus a bit for a decent gaff. Still a bloody nice place to live.

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