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Hi all,

After living in Sweden for several years it looks like I will be moving back to London. I have read a lot about property prices being on the decline. With that in mind, can anyone suggest a good area (preferably in SW) with good public transport links which might have some upside due to e.g. regeneration or at least won't suffer too much decline going forward?

A friend suggested near Battersea power station but I'm open to ideas. Budget is £400k for a one (or ideally two) bed apartment.

Or would it be best to rent for a year or so and then consider buying depending on the market? Thanks in advance.

Remember to factor in SDLT charge (£10k on the £400k property), unless you're a first time buyer, in which case you'll escape it.
 

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i'm living in london next summer... so if you haven't sold it by then and you need your house protected I'm your man. I can borrow all types of tools from my fellow americans.
 

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