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    Hi, Im hoping to buy property in Milton Keynes and was just wondering whether anybody has any experiance there of good areas and any deals going.

    A friend of mine Valerie is an Estate Agent who has lived in MK for some time but doesn't work there in the industry. She might be able to give you some valuable advice. You can contact her on 01858 461888.

    The other alternative is to ask estate agents in MK. I'm sure they will tell you what you want to know. They won't mislead you as you could be a potential client in a few years.
    The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.


      thank you

      Thank you so much for that.I have also asked a couple of agents and went down there to view a few properties but i just wanted to kinda ''do my home''.
      ta again


        property in MK-Paul.F

        Thanks again Paul, i spoke to Valerie and she was very helpful.


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