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tlvccom


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Message Posted:
19/11/2008 11:02

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half donum catalkoy road and all services, 35k



one donum catalkoy road and all services, 70k



tlvccom


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Message Posted:
15/12/2008 10:56

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back to top



windmill


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15/12/2008 12:00

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tlvccom

Try buy half,get half free



petlovers


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Message Posted:
15/12/2008 12:44

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seems a lot of money at this time when nothing is selling!!!



Soothsayer


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15/12/2008 16:29

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for what, where is it, tr title? post google coordinates and lower the price..



Big_Dave


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15/12/2008 16:51

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thats far too much. would be interested if you could go lower.



No1Doyen


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Message Posted:
15/12/2008 16:53

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What title is the land please?



tlvccom


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Message Posted:
19/12/2008 15:37

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Land title is Exchange, open to sensible offers, note the land has all electric and water connections, also the tarmac road will be finished in new year.

The land is in Catalkoy, sea side of road.



Zanny


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Message Posted:
19/12/2008 16:34

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your posting exchange land now????? Are you an idiot?



Becks


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Message Posted:
19/12/2008 18:03

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tlvcom dont worry about the twins they have to go back soon the men in the white coets will be coming form them , hold on to the land you will get double this price this time next year



Hector


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Message Posted:
19/12/2008 23:29

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Looking at his previous messages I assume tvlccom is in the NC property business.



fire starter


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Message Posted:
20/12/2008 12:08

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selling your exchange land, te he!



BigBen


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Message Posted:
23/12/2008 13:30

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Busted,

The value of land in the villages both east and west of Girne, has doubled (same ares trebled) each year since 2003.

A donum of land in Catalkoy was 4/5000 in 2003.



Do not forget those who laughs last laughs lauder.



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
24/12/2008 01:22

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If the unlikely happens and the greek cypriots are eventually able to physically claim their land back , I feel in most cases they won't actually want to move back and financial settlements will be agreed. Therefore buying exchange land is still an investment opportunity if you buy at a price that would allow for potential litigation costs and an eventual settlement payment.

This scenario could become a precedent and once settlements are normal procedure the land value will increase.

Furthermore if no agreement is reached in foreseable future and TRNC is eventually recognized the current 'TRNC ownership title deeds' may acheive de facto status internationally, possibily making claim pursuing more difficult.

Which could discourage some and make settlements more favourable.

But my advice is be careful and don,t invest what you couldn,t afford to lose, or plently in pot to cover costs mentioned. Interesting to see what transpires.



kavenkoy


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Message Posted:
24/12/2008 09:12

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There will be nobody moving back anytime i would suspect .



land will remain as it is .

These 2 cant agree on dairy products and meat as they have just banned each others .



kav



dixie normus


Joined: 22/02/2008
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Message Posted:
24/12/2008 11:14

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What happened to the goverments land guarantee? not that they have any money to guarantee a fig ! seems the talks are at a brick wall, best we snuggle up to Turkey, forget any deal with the South they are going to be in the depths of despair for the next few years anyway, Lira zone holidays will be quite attractive next year, forget the Greeks and there wish lists ,and the bumblers from Brussels they'll be to busy trying to dig themselves out the crap to worry about N Cyprus.



D.N



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
24/12/2008 22:17

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offered exchange title at 20k per domun for 3 donums and another 16 donums only 13k per donum. Land prices already approaching point where despite risks if your looking for an investment may be worth considering. Not for me yet , but watching closely.



Hector


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24/12/2008 22:43

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Have to agree, buying exchange land at present tantamount not only to throwing your money away but also landing yourself with a very expensive liability. Do you really want to put your UK home & assets at risk for a cheap piece of land you may never own?



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
24/12/2008 23:11

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not yet,but if say land price completely collapses to 5-10k per donum, may be worth buying and waiting till situation resolved. Obviously prepared to pay settlement if it arises and is reasonable , otherwise hand back. Thus no risk to uk property.



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