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  1. but this will be the last summer People on this site were saying that last summer
  2. Guys now might be a time to jump on to the property ladder. Couple of months from now when sentiment has changed people will nolonger accept lower offers. DO you really want to end up on pricedout.org?
  4. What harrasment would I have committed? Dude i think you really need to read into the law!
  5. Could you explain how they were forcably evicted? They left of there own accord. And at what point have I said I have ever done anything like that. I know landlords who have done but I've never had the need to.
  6. Could you give me a link to where I can get 5% with some mainstream lenders?
  7. Bro I got to ask the question did you not think about moving somewhere smaller/cheaper? And were you really earning £850 a month? Was it working part time?
  8. If rents start to rise how will it effect people with large STR funds? I know in the past people used the interest from the funds to pay the rent. With interest rates so low will they now have to start eating into the fund?
  9. Bro click the link!! Theres numbers and figures everywhere like "Birmingham, there was a 0.3% rise in typical asking rents in the West Midlands. London and the South East of England also saw average rents increase slightly" Did you actully click it come on be honest!!
  10. Are rents really that expensive? Much cheaper than buying?
  11. I 100% agree with you i'm just talking about the types of properties and areas I've been looking at.
  12. Dude you may need to change your plans rents have stopped falling and have started to rise again in some areas http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8071659.stm
  13. TBH i've not really seen any falls in rent. I think they were mostly limited to higher priced places >1.5k where as places around the500 to 1k mark remained static.
  14. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8071659.stm Typical UK rents remained unchanged in May after nine consecutive months of falls, according to a property website. The average asking rent remained at £819 a month, said Findaproperty.com, although this was still 5.5% lower than the same month a year ago. A rising supply of flats meant these were becoming cheaper to let, in contrast to houses. Every area of the UK has seen average rents fall in the past year, the survey of 414,000 properties suggested.
  15. Just to say i live in newcross bought around 4 years ago. The first incident happened on my doorstep but you will find stories like those no matter where you live in London. There are Drugs and prostitutes operating in chelsea
  16. Dude i'm a software eng from UMIST (which at the time was the best place to get a degree in software eng) came out with a 1st. Since I graduated around 8 years ago all i've done is java and C++. I know what a virtual class is. I know what a pure virtual class is. I know a pure virtual class in c++ could be a interface in java. I hve no idea what c# does with virtual classes.
  17. We are actually looking around for some developers at the moment. (Java C++ and SOAP) PM me for some more details (I get 1.5k if you get the job )
  18. This isn't as uncommon as you all may think. You will find it happens alot when houses have been split into two flats.
  19. It's not HMO related your all friends asking to rent a house. HMO rules don't apply. The thing is many of us on this website know this but does the agant? The other thing is that it may just mean more work for the agent when dealing with 6 people on the agreement which he can't be arsed doing.
  20. Hey Hey Hey More good news !! I've just had lunch so I don't know if I should... Who am I kidding AWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGA
  21. Why is it a stupid idea because it works? and shows renters where they really stand..
  22. The UK government response to the global financial crisis has been "bold and wide-ranging," the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said. It added that "aggressive action" by the government succeeded in containing the crisis and avoiding a breakdown. But it warned that high levels of household and bank debt meant the pace of any recovery was still uncertain. And it urged the government to adopt more ambitious plans to reduce the huge scale of government borrowing. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8059861.stm Does this mean Brown may actually know what he's doing?
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