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titanicdev

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  1. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2009/jan/26/regeneration-titanic-quarter-property-development
  2. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/apartments-discount-offer-is-rejected-by-buyersrsquo-group-14582842.html Anyone aware of this?
  3. So what is happening now guys, what happen to those in phase 1? Updates please!
  4. How is the work coming on this development are the first phases going to be completed this month? Has anyone completed their purchase?
  5. Can anyone advise on which solicitors frim other purchesers on the form may be using to discuss pricing / options etc...
  6. Can you also divulge which solicitors firm they are using?
  7. I agree but we need to take actual setps towards this goal, can all owners who wish to get together to discuss this please reply to this thread..
  8. Has anyone using this forum had practical experience of trhis type of situation. How can we best progress this issue? Is a combined approach the best option or is approaching the developer on a individual basis the way forward. I am sure that people in the first phases must have some information either on securing finance or on dicussions with the developer. As MB1 suggests we should be able to come to some sort of agreement that is beneficial to both us and the developer. Any updates / suggestions would be greatly appreciated as this is a very serious financial situation for us all.
  9. Noone seems to be using the private forum guys and gals. Why is this? We seriously need to get together to discuss this in a meaningful manner. We need to act together on this as soon as possible. How can we go about this?
  10. I have had no further updates unfortunately, just stuck my head in the sand in despair for a while. Just kidding.
  11. There was a private forum set up for titanic quarter buyers, is anyone using it?
  12. Thanks Subby. One bank I have approached will only give 75% on new build apartments! Are there any lenders out there that people know of who will give 90%?
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