Buy Britain’s Cheapest Home For £7000
It is a dilapidated run down house with mouldy interior and boarded-up windows- but it is up for auction for the steal price of just £7,000.
A mid-terraced house in Wales is going under the hammer on Thursday and at less than £10,000 it is Britain’s cheapest home.
So hurry down to the auction house in the Welsh village of Maerdy in the Rhondda Valley, pick up a bargain and hire a removals firm immediately!
Most lenders require at least a 10% deposit nowadays which means for families and couples struggling to get on to the property market, this can be a budding opportunity as only £700 will be needed.
But the decrepit property does have a crumbling interior and is in a serious state of disrepair. Property experts are warning possible buyers that at least £25,000 needs spending on it to do all the improvements and make it legally liveable.
Although money does need spending on the house to turn it from an ugly duckling into a swan, it is a brilliant investment for any property tycoon with long-term potential profits.
Robinsons International can help store your belongings whilst you carry out renovations on buildings that are falling to pieces. And we can assist in the very early stages of moving from the packing, transporting and insurance.
Buying a house from scratch and doing it up to your standard can be very rewarding and fulfilling, so take a risk and invest in Britain’s cheapest home now. Just make sure you use our expert removal services once completed!
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