Pennod 2 Ar Werth


Pennod 2

Hen fanc ym Mhenmaenmawr, ty ar yr afon yng nghanol Caerdydd a'r hen glwb Ceidwadwyr yn Aberystwyth sy'n mynd dan y morthwyl. We find out how a number of properties get on at au...


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-From luxurious mansions...

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-..to one bedroom flats...

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-..there are many houses

-for sale in Wales.

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-The agents' work is to sell them.

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-Oh my God! What a state!

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-These are challenging times

-for both buyers and sellers.

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-I've had enough. I've been trying

-to sell for over four years.

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-Old and young.

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-Everyone is looking for their ideal

-home at the best price.

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-Reality has hit me hard.

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-How am I going to afford this now

-and in the future?

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-This series will follow some

-of Wales's foremost estate agents.

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-Hi, how are you?

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-It's a bit of a waiting game.

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-You can't push people too hard.

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-We'll share all the emotion

-and the drama...

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-..as some of these Welsh houses

-go up for sale.

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-Most of us will buy and sell a house

-at least once in our lives.

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-It's a challenging market

-these days.

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-The number of people buying and

-selling at auction has grown.

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-With more and more buildings

-going under the hammer...

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-..the role of the auctioneer

-is very important.

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-Marc Morrish from Seel & Co

-in Cardiff...

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-..is in his element

-when he achieves the best price.

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-97, 98? 98.

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-But what is his secret?

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-Making sure there is a good

-atmosphere in the room...

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-..and that the flow is good.

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-Then we start the bidding

-and the auction goes well.

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-Sold.

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-On the banks of the Taff

-in the centre of Cardiff...

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-..there is a house about

-to be put up for auction.

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-Marc has to set the guide price.

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-This is a very nice room.

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-It's very light.

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-The house was sold about two

-and a half years ago for 260,000.

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-But since then, there has been

-a large development...

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-..on this side of town with the BBC

-moving into their new premises.

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-HMRC are also relocating here.

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-This is a great auction lot.

-Absolutely perfect.

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-I'm not only looking to value

-the house.

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-I'm looking at several factors.

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-The size of the house, its

-condition, how much work is needed.

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-How much potential there is.

-Could it be converted into flats?

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-Could it be an Airbnb

-or something like that?

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-Marc's job is to ensure it sells

-for the highest price...

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-..so he needs to draw

-attention to it.

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-What will be the guide price?

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-I think I'll set the guide price

-at about 250,000.

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-It's very important that the price

-looks attractive.

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-What we want is lots of people

-turning up at the auction to bid.

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-It's a basic shell.

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-But the location is fantastic.

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-We'll come back later to see if Marc

-succeeds in selling the house...

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-..and for how much.

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-People move house

-for all sorts of reasons.

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-In Cwm-y-glo, near Caernarfon,

-Dan and Nia have decided...

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-..that the time has come for them

-to put their house on the market.

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-We feel that we're ready to move

-to a bigger house.

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-We want a house with a garden

-and side access to the garden...

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-..because at the moment you have

-to go through the house...

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-..and with the dog when it's wet

-and wintry, it's a bit messy.

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-There's no other reason really.

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-Olly the dog is the boss here.

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-33% of young people say that their

-main reason for moving is the dog.

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-I am originally from Chester.

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-I've lived in North Wales

-for ten years.

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-When did we meet?

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-About six or seven years ago.

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-Yes. Six years ago.

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-I can't remember.

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-During the six years they've lived

-in the house...

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-..Dan and Nia have spent 15,000

-on refurbishment.

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-They hope that they're hard work

-will attract buyers.

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-We laid a new floor, installed

-a new bathroom, kitchen and doors.

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-We redid everything

-before we moved in.

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-It was a lot of work.

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-It was a lot of work.

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-It was.

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-We're hoping to make the money back

-when we sell the house.

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-We hope.

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-If anyone wants to buy it.

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-But, has anyone asked Olly?

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-Sophie Williams

-of Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents...

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-..enjoys helping people to find

-their ideal home.

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-She will be responsible for selling

-Dan and Nia's house.

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-There's been a lot of interest

-already.

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-Non Evans is viewing the house

-for the second time.

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-Come in, Non.

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-Come in, Non.

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-Thanks.

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-A second viewing today.

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-It's so cosy, isn't it?

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-It's so cosy, isn't it?

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-Yes, it's lovely.

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-I'm looking to buy my first house.

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-I've been looking for over a year

-now and I've had enough.

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-I want a cosy little house.

-Just big enough for me.

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-Somewhere with a pretty garden,

-not too far from work.

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-It's an ideal size

-for a first purchase.

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-It's a quiet street too.

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-It's a quiet street too.

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-Yes.

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-There's plenty of room.

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-The house is as neat as a new pin.

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-Sophie can tell that Non

-is very interested.

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-Does she have a buyer here

-for Dan and Nia?

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-It's exciting, isn't it, Non?

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-It's exciting, isn't it, Non?

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-Yes, it is.

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-It feels a bit more real this time.

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-It feels a bit more real this time.

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-Let's have a look in here.

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-This is a good size too.

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-For a second bedroom.

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-Would you use this as a spare room?

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-Would you use this as a spare room?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-This is the double bedroom.

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-There's room for a wardrobe

-on that side.

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-It's deeper than I remember.

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-You've seen all the rooms now.

-Do you still like it?

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-Yes, I do.

-I've got it in my mind now.

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-If you want to know anything,

-just email me.

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-OK.

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-Happy?

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-Happy?

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-Very happy.

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-I'm so glad.

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-I'm so glad.

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-Feelings are important.

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-I feel that I could sit here in

-front of the fire and watch TV.

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-I can imagine myself and my friends

-having a good time in this house.

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-Have I found my ideal home?

-We'll see.

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-I'll let Sophie know first.

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-Half an hour away along the North

-Wales coast in Penmaenmawr...

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-..the building that housed the

-town's bank is being auctioned.

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-The job of selling the building

-has been divided...

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-..between Marc Morrish

-from Cardiff...

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-..and local agent, Dafydd Hardy.

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-Marc has made the long journey...

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-..in order to discuss

-the guide price with Dafydd.

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-What sort of state is it in?

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-What sort of state is it in?

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-You'll see now.

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-Oh my God! What a state!

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-The water has come in

-through the ceiling.

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-Yes, from the flats above.

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-There are two types of property

-that sell well at auction.

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-Either very unique properties or

-those that require renovation...

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-..but have lots of potential.

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-Let's hope that the old bank will

-attract a builder or developer.

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-Penmaenmawr is quite

-a popular place...

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-..and it's improved a lot

-in recent years.

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-It's located between Bangor

-and Conwy.

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-Conwy is much more popular.

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-You can buy a terraced house

-for about 100,000.

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-If you're looking to rent,

-rents are reasonable too.

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-The bank will go to auction

-with a guide price of 75,000.

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-The building requires a lot of work.

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-There is damp throughout

-the building.

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-There is asbestos there too.

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-It needs a lot of money spent on it

-to get it up to standard.

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-It's likely to be bought

-by a professional developer.

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-You have to know what you're doing.

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-Above the bank,

-there are five flats...

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-..that are being sold

-as part of the building.

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-There is potential here.

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-This is a lovely room.

-It looks out over the sea.

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-This is the lounge.

-The kitchen adjoins the lounge.

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-Look at the view.

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-Look at the view.

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-The view will sell this.

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-You could sit here

-and watch the sunset.

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-I think it's worth it. It's a lot

-of building for the money.

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-There are five flats with another

-possible in the loft.

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-The bank is of a good size,

-but it's also a money pit.

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-Well, I think we've seen it all now.

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-It sounds like they're both

-confident that it will sell.

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-There is a builder out there

-who will buy this.

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-The price will attract

-a lot of interest.

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-We'll show people around, of course.

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-We'll report back to Marc...

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-..and we'll see if he can do the

-business of selling it at auction.

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-Nice to meet you.

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-In Cardiff,

-the day of the auction is here.

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-The room is full of potential buyers

-ready to strike a bargain.

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-Marc prepares to raise his voice

-and start the bidding.

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-This is the day. The nerves have

-kicked in. I want to get started.

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-One of the first properties

-under the hammer...

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-..is the old bank in Penmaenmawr.

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-It needs work,

-but with five flats also included...

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-..the guide price of 75,000

-will generate interest.

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-But by how much can Marc

-raise the price?

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-So I'm looking for 76,000.

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-If anybody on the phones wants

-to bid 76 or anybody in the room?

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-76 is bid here.

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-76 is back on my proxy as 77.

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-In addition to the people

-in the room...

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-..there are telephone bidders...

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-..and those for whom the auctioneers

-bid by proxy.

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-I'm now looking for 80,000.

-80 is bid.

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-81, I'm here as a proxy.

-82, I'm looking for now.

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-82.

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-As expected,

-there is a lot of interest.

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-The tension and the price is rising.

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-For me now, 87. 88?

-88 is bid on the phone.

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-That means I'm out as a proxy.

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-88,000 is the winning bid so far.

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-Marc's proxy drops

-out of the race...

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-..because the price has risen

-above his maximum.

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-The price has risen

-to over 120,000.

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-Thank you. I'm looking for 122

-on the phone.

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-122. 123 is in.

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-I'm looking for 124. 124?

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-No?

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-123 is my proxy bid then.

-123 I've got.

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-There are only two left in the race.

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-150, I'm looking for.

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-150, 151.

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-152, I'm looking for. No?

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-With a proxy of 151.

-I'll sell at 151,000.

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-Nobody else here for it? No?

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-Marc has doubled the guide price.

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-A local businessman

-has bought the old bank...

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-..with the intention

-of renovating it.

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-Following that success, Marc

-prepares to sell the next lot.

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-The Victorian house on the banks

-of the river Taff...

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-..near the Principality Stadium

-in Cardiff.

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-I wonder whether Marc will succeed

-to raise the price of this too.

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-Back in Cwm-y-glo...

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-..a lot of people have shown

-interest in Dan and Nia's house...

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-..which is on the market

-for just under 125,000.

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-The pressure is now on them

-to find a new house.

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-We're looking for somewhere

-in the Caernarfon area.

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-Caernarfon, Llanrug, Llanberis,

-Waunfawr.

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-We're looking for something

-under 200,000.

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-Our maximum is 200,000.

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-They have seen a possible house

-in Caeathro near Caernarfon.

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-The house is on the market

-for just under 200,000.

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-Sophie, from Dafydd Hardy Estate

-Agents hopes it will suit them.

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-Come in!

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-And Olly the dog too, of course.

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-Nice, isn't it? Bright and airy.

-There's plenty of room here.

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-Let's go into the front room.

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-The light is good in here.

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-The light is good in here.

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-The carpets look quite new.

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-It's quite a modern kitchen.

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-I like this.

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-I like this.

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-It's nice, isn't it?

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-You wouldn't need to change this.

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-You wouldn't need to change this.

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-That's good.

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-This is the dining area here.

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-Plenty of room to eat.

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-Lots of windows to air

-the place too.

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-Conservatories can get very hot.

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-You said you were concerned about

-that because of the dog.

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-Finding a house that meets our needs

-at this price...

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-..has been more difficult

-than I expected.

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-We have to consider the dog as well.

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-We need a garden that is suitable

-for him, where he can't get out.

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-We can't be on a main road,

-because he chases cars.

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-Everything seems to revolve

-around the dog.

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-Come out and see the garden.

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-What's that at the bottom there?

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-Down the bottom?

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-It's common land.

-Were you thinking of the dog?

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-I don't know where he'd get to

-down there.

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-Although the house offers

-more space...

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-..Dan and Nia are not sure

-whether it's suitable for Oli.

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-I like the house. There's lots

-of room and plenty of light.

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-It doesn't need much work.

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-The house is ready to move into.

-I'm not sure about the garden.

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-What do you think about putting in

-an offer?

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-No.

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-No. We won't be putting in an offer.

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-People don't spend 200,000

-on a whim.

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-The house has to be right.

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-But they'll have to hurry...

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-..if they're going to accept

-the offer on their house.

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-Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents sell

-all kinds of properties...

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-..across North Wales.

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-But nothing gives Dafydd

-more pleasure...

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-..than selling a magnificent home.

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-Glanaethwy, on the banks of the

-Menai, is one of those properties.

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-Well, this is a remarkable

-property.

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-As you can see,

-it's on the Menai Strait.

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-Looking across to Menai Bridge

-and the lovely bridge itself.

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-This is an incredible property.

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-It has seven bedrooms.

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-Three or four bathrooms.

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-Several living rooms

-and a lovely kitchen.

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-It's set in half an acre of garden.

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-It's on the market for just under

-a million pounds.

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-I'm confident that we'll get a buyer

-for it within six months.

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-Let's have a look inside.

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-This is the main living room.

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-It has a lovely fireplace.

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-There is a feeling of space here.

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-Large sofas. I can see myself

-sitting here watching TV.

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-I've seen lots of dining rooms

-in my time.

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-But this one must be the best.

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-Especially with that view.

-That's what makes it.

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-I can imagine sixteen people around

-this table - friends and family.

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-People having a nice time

-with good food and good wine.

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-The house has quite a history.

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-It's believed that Thomas Telford

-built the house...

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-..while he was building the bridge.

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-This is the master bedroom, I think.

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-Through here is the dressing room.

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-That then leads to the bathroom

-with its Victorian bath.

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-The quality of the work that has

-been done here is very high.

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-It's a luxurious house,

-with lots of rooms.

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-But, the one selling point

-for this house is the view.

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-No doubt about it.

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-Back in Cardiff...

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-..auctioneer Marc Morrish is about

-to start the bidding...

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-..on Fitzhamon Embankment.

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-It's a four storey house in the

-shadow of the Principality Stadium.

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-It needs a lot of work...

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-..but Marc is confident

-that the house's location...

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-..will attract a lot of interest.

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-Do I see 250 to start things going

-on the property?

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-250's bid. 252, I'm looking for.

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-252's bid. 254, I'm looking for.

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-254, 256.

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-There is a lot of interest

-in the property.

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-This is going to be quite a contest.

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-The price rises quickly

-to over 300,000.

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-328.

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-330.

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-330. No?

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-I'm selling for 330,000,

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-Anybody else want to have a go?

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-332. New bidder. 332, 334.

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-As the price rises to 80,000

-above the guide price...

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-..another buyer expresses interest.

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-The price goes up again.

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-358, 360?

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-360, 362?

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-362, 364?

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-364, I'm looking for at the back.

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-366? 366.

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-368? No?

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-364. With you at 364,000.

-Anybody else?

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-No? I'll sell to you at 364,000,

-as long as you're sure.

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-Sold to you at 364,000.

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-I'm very happy with Fitzhamon

-Embankment.

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-It sold for 364,000.

-100,000 over the reserve.

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-I'm over the moon with that.

-It was an excellent result.

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-Lot no. 15 - 19 Eastgate,

-Aberystwyth, Ceredigion.

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-But not every property does as well

-at auction.

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-Unfortunately, no-one wants

-to bid the guide price...

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-..for the old Conservative club

-in Aberystwyth.

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-We'll have to pass that one then

-as well.

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-But there is one businessman from

-Aberystwyth who sees his chance.

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-I didn't buy at the auction because

-I though the reserve was too high.

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-But, what I found out

-by being at the auction...

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-..and it's important to attend,

-was that no-one else was interested.

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-I thought it was a golden moment

-to make a business move.

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-I approached the auctioneer

-and made him a cheeky offer...

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-..just to see what would happen.

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-Andrew's cheeky offer was accepted.

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-It just shows that if you don't

-ask, you don't get.

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-Iestyn Leyshon of Lloyd, Herbert &

-Jones is the local agent.

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-Despite the low price, it's still

-a pleasure to hand over the keys.

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-Come in!

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-Andrew is an old hand at renovating

-buildings.

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-He realizes that he has a lot of

-work on his plate at the old club.

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-I thought you'd have renovated it

-ready for me, Iestyn.

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-I was going to ask you

-what you're going to do with it.

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-I want to put it back on the map.

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-The building needs renovating.

-It will be a lot of work.

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-But we've paid a little bit less

-for it, so we can do the work.

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-Back in the 1990s,

-this place was sold for 250,000.

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-The price I paid was 115,000.

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-I'm quite comfortable with that...

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-..because I have to spend to get it

-up to standard.

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-Because it's been a pub and a club

-for many years...

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-..I'd like to make it

-into a restaurant...

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-..to attract people into the town.

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-Would I have paid more for it?

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-No. To be honest.

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-That was my top line.

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-I was happy with that figure.

-The sums worked in my favour.

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-I think I always pay too much.

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-Is there such a thing as a bargain?

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-No, there isn't.

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-Hi, Non. How are you? It's Sophie.

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-A week has gone by...

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-..since Sophie showed Non around Dan

-and Nia's house for the second time.

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-The house is on the market

-for just under 125,000.

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-Non is making her latest offer

-on the house.

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-I'll put that offer to them, Non,

-and I'll phone you back.

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-Ta-ra!

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-This is where we are.

-She came in at 105,000.

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-That was quite low,

-considering the asking price.

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-She then increased her offer

-to 110,000, but that was declined.

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-She went up to 115,000.

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-That offer was declined.

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-She's getting there slowly,

-but we have to remember...

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-..that the asking price is 124,950.

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-These offers are very low.

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-They have done a lot of work on the

-house, so they deserve to get more.

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-She's gone up to 117,000.

-I don't think they'll go for that.

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-I'll try. I'll phone Nia now

-and see what she says.

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-Hi, Nia. How are you? It's Sophie.

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-I've just spoken to Non.

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-She's crept up to 117,000.

-What do you think of that?

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-I thought you'd say it was too low.

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-OK, Nia. See you soon! Ta-ra!

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-They won't accept that.

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-It's a bit of a waiting game

-with this.

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-You can't push people too hard.

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-A week later, after hearing the

-latest offers on their house...

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-..and after looking at other houses,

-Dan and Nia have made a decision.

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-We've decided to take the house

-off the market...

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-..because we couldn't find a house

-in the area...

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-..that ticked all the boxes.

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-We viewed about eight houses.

-I viewed more than you did.

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-I viewed five of them.

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-We didn't see anything suitable.

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-As there was so much interest

-in our house...

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-..we were a bit worried

-that we'd have nowhere to go...

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-..if we accepted an offer.

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-We didn't want to have to rent

-somewhere.

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-So we thought there was no point

-in selling.

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-We like living here.

-We're happy here.

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-We thought it was too much

-of a risk.

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-I'm sure Olly is happy

-with the decision.

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-At the end of the day,

-there's no place like home.

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