Friday, Nov 24, 2017

And here we have the evidence just a few hours after the budget FFS

5 Comments

1. mombers said...

”I will feel much better that the £5000 is going into buying a home rather than to pay tax. It really does help.”
She will be paying £5k to the seller rather than the government. Is the seller giving her a £5k better home than the day before the budget? Clearly not. If the £5k went to the government, they could use it to, er, pay salaries for JUNIOR DOCTORS!

Friday, November 24, 2017 09:42AM Report Comment
 

2. cornishman said...

First time buyers - buying £300,000 and £500,000 houses?

FFS.

Friday, November 24, 2017 10:06AM Report Comment
 

3. jack c said...

A property expert and spokesman for 10,000 excited and elated first time buyers said "it really is black Friday on the property market after Wednesday's fantastic budget announcement". He added that "with rates on unsecured debt at all time lows there's never been a better time to borrow for a deposit". He then went on to say "the biggest incentive is knowing that £50 invested into Bitcoin now will be worth £500,000 by 2025 when everyone can clear off their mortgage". This is an opportunity not to be missed it's a Win, Win, Win ! Barratt, Taylor Wimpey, Persimmon and Berkeley all said they had done a deal at midnight on Wednesday with Dutch Florist group 1637 and all first time buyers would now receive a highly valuable vase of tulips upon placing a reservation fee.

Friday, November 24, 2017 12:29PM Report Comment
 

4. khards said...

@jack c - love it :-)

Monday, November 27, 2017 08:05AM Report Comment
 

5. jack c said...

Bitcoin now at $9,700 - part time MacDonalds workers will be snapping up half of Enfield at this rate !

Monday, November 27, 2017 03:05PM Report Comment
 

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