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  1. Yup, drove past today and there's a new sign up - £99,950.
  2. Also on a Birmingham theme, I posted this in the anecdotals the other day: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...showtopic=78756
  3. This was the front page story of the Evening Mail last night: http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-sto...97319-21056517/ I like the bit which says that 98% of buyers were buy-to-let 'investors'. Serves 'em right I say.
  4. I meant to post this a couple of weeks ago - better late than never I suppose. I drive past this http://www.hemisphere.redrow.co.uk/ on the way to/from work. I always thought it would do quite well as it's literally over the road from Edgbaston cricket ground. They used to have signs up saying "Prices from £149,995". Recently that's changed to "Prices from £124,995". More please!
  5. I've been looking at Fixed Term Bonds. One thing I noticed is that (with Lloyds and Barclays anyway) in the small print they say that any deposits of 50k or greater will have the interest paid gross rather than net. Why would they do this? Surely it would be less hassle for the customer to be paid net? If this were the case, I assume I'd have to fill in some forms to declare that I'm being paid my interest gross so that the appropriate tax can be taken off? Or would it be possible to put in £49,999.99 and get paid net?
  6. Agghh - I fail!! But I want mo' money - surely you concede I deserve it!
  7. Cheers, I'd best get my skates on!
  8. Hey there, this is my first post - although I have been lurking on a regular basis since the end of 2003! Anyhoo here's my question - if I open an ISA now and whack my full allowance in (£3000 I think?), can I then put my new allowance in (£3600?) after the 5th April? So by mid-April I could have £7600 in my ISA rather than £3600. Is that right? I haven't put any money in an ISA for years, so I've not used any of this year's allowance.
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