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Longtermrenter

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  1. P.S. Do have a look at the labs page, especially the LIDAR - the 3D maps are very engaging (jelly moulds!)
  2. There already is a remidner, you'll see it soon. I don't donate every month but try to when I can as it is invaluable. When I finally buy a house I'll make a bigger donation😁
  3. https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-72106632.html 10% off and now only £3k above new build sold price in 2017. HTB anyone?
  4. Have a look at Evolution estate agents - I have suspected for some months that loads of Fergus properties are up for sale, many of them price dropped by a fair bit.https://www.evolutionproperties.co.uk/?id=7774&do=search&for=1&type%5B%5D=&minprice=0&maxprice=400000.00&kwa%5B%5D=Ashford&minbeds=2&id=7774&order=2&page=0&do=search
  5. My aunt knew the chap who sold the land - he had an old fisherman's typoe cottage on there he lived in, sold up, bought a flat next to it and then died. These are very similar lookign to a lot of houses at Pett Level just down the road. First one large box shaped hosue popped up - OK, quite individual looking! Then everyone decides they need the same lookign house; they probably think they are so individual. I have been going to Winchelsea Beach since the 70s as my aunt lives there and have seen it, and Rye which I also lived in, become more and more gentrified. The worst thing with Winchelsea
  6. https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-64867923.html?backListLink=%2Fproperty-for-sale%2Ffind.html%3FsearchType%3DSALE%26locationIdentifier%3DREGION%5E27045%26insId%3D1%26radius%3D0.0%26minPrice%3D%26maxPrice%3D%26minBedrooms%3D%26maxBedrooms%3D%26displayPropertyType%3D%26maxDaysSinceAdded%3D%26_includeSSTC%3Don%26sortByPriceDescending%3D%26primaryDisplayPropertyType%3D%26secondaryDisplayPropertyType%3D%26oldDisplayPropertyType%3D%26oldPrimaryDisplayPropertyType%3D%26newHome%3D%26auction%3Dfalse&onetime_savedPropertyId=64867923#summary64867923 Funny - been waiting for
  7. The plots are on the Romney marsh which is a massive tidal flood zone, they are also right next to a roundabout on the A259 which is a busy road. Not sure if you can build a detached but they certainly aren't cheap and you can buy a very decent mature detached house on the marsh for about 350k with land.
  8. I have recently offered on 3 houses. One was a Probate 3 bed bungalow for 275k that we ofered 260 on - it needed 20k spending to live in and another 20k to bring up to scratch. A typical bungalow like that in the area is about 375k. Beaten by another offer. Offered 265k on a 275k property that was ready to live in that we loved but pulled out after structural engineer's report. House still on market after 5 weeks, reduced to 265k Offered £290k on a £350k probate detached house that needs light renovation (and one dodgy non load bearign wall that is collapsing..). Vendors rejected it
  9. We finally were offered a plot at a site in Brookland, Kent - cheapest plot £160K https://www.invictaselfbuild.com/project/brookland/https://www.invictaselfbuild.com/project/brookland/ No thanks.
  10. It shows the power just a handful of peopel or organisations can have over (some) of the population. How many times do you hear friends and relatives all parroting that house prices are rising even at the, admittedly few, times when they are falling.
  11. Check out these wonderfully written pieces of the same news: https://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/news/hertfordshire-news/hertfordshire-house-prices-what-buyers-4353054 The national coronavirus pandemic threw the UK housing market into the unknown. No one was sure what impact lockdown would have on house prices and property demand, but there now seems to be a clearer picture emerging. https://www.essexlive.news/news/essex-news/essex-house-prices-what-buyers-4352982 The UK housing market was thrown into the unknown by coronavirus. It was unclear how signif
  12. Actually I think a lot of psellers don't, and lots of estate agents and letting agent don't either.
  13. on't see much mention of this on here: https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/inflationandpriceindices/datasets/indexofprivatehousingrentalpricesreferencetables
  14. Don't see much mention of this on here:
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