jfk, on 11 January 2013 - 01:39 PM, said:
Another mumsnet classic...
Hi Pootles, I have looked on nethousprices and the last one that sold similar to mine was in 2008 was roughly the price we want now. You would have thought that in four years since that one sold prices would have risen. As for the Estate Agent, loads of little things basically, all they have really done is shop window and a few times in the local rag, you just get the feeling that they are not interested unless we drop 20% and make it an easy sell for them.
Hi Hormonal, Yes we are serious sellers, but we are not going to give it away.
Some have suggested taking a loss and renting, again similar reasons to above(why I will not become a landlord). I know people that rent, and it makes me go cold. I know it is wrong but renting has a temporary feel to it, like staying in a hotel but worse,
So many are suggesting prices could fall more than they already have, now that has made me feel even worse, I wish I had not asked the question now.
I really cannot see prices falling anymore though, if that was going to happen and it would have happened by now.
dances with sheeple, on 12 November 2013 - 12:22 PM, said:
The Knimbies who say"No"! said:
The knimbies who say "No" demand..... a sacrifice!
Arthur: Knimbies of No, we are but simple hardworking families who seek affordable housing on the scrubland beyond these woods.
Knimbies of No: No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No!
Bedevere: Please stop opposing our reasonable demands!
Knimby of No: We shall say "No" to you... if you do not appease us.
Arthur: Well what is it you want?
Knimby of No: We will allow you to build your precious high density shoeboxes, so long as you do not move so much as....
Andrew Charalambous said:
As UKIP Housing Spokesman I am categoric that my pty will never concede an inch of our countryside for development. Purple is the new green