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nosmallp

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  1. If it's in the middle of nowhere it cannot be close to where people live. There is decent people transport where I live, but I choose to live in a city, not some backwater with a weekly bus service. Planners have no choice but to obey the rules. If you don't like them try to get them changed.
  2. Why are you moving to an office in the middle of nowhere, with no public transport. Move to a small town/city which has decent public transport. The planners are enforcing government policy, so try directing your anger at the gobsh*tes in Westminster.
  3. I can read and I should have read all of Sleepwello'night's post before jumping in. Tenants should have the right to bring prams into the house, hang pictures on the wall etc. I think some of these clauses are unreasonable, and any landlord who expects no wear and tear should not be in the business.
  4. Does she need your permission to use the toilet. !!!! You are f*****g unbelievable.
  5. It may be common practice for EAs to ask/demand money, just as it is common for MPs to fiddle their expenses, but you do not have to pay. Offer them say £20/30 for each reference check. If they refuse your offer, walk away, and contact the landlord directly.
  6. For the last 10 years we have had to listen to experts telling us that house prices only ever go up. What statistics were they using ?
  7. If you dispose of the sitting tenants I'll make you a good offer.
  8. This is just a rant at those b..tards at Nationwide. I was looking to move my ISA into a 1yr fixed rate and last week noticed that Nationwide had some decentish rates. On checking it appears they've dropped most of their savings rates over the weekend. current previouse-savings plus (3 withd) 2.00 % 2.50 %e-savings plus (4 withd) 0.1 % 0.25 %e-savings 0.45 % 0.95 %e-bond maturity 0.45 % 0.95 %monthly income 0.55 % 1.06 %investdirect 0.2 % 0.35 to 0.65 %instant access isa 1-10k 0.25 % 0.50 %instant access isa 10-25k 0.35 % 0.60 %instant access isa 25k + 0.50 % 0.70 %regular savings 1-100 0.10 % 0.35 %regular savings upto 200 1.35 % 1.85 %regular savings upto 500 1.85 % 2.35 %regular savings 500-1k 2.50 % 3.00 %cashbuilder card 0.10 % 0.10 to 0.95 %cashbuilder book 0.10 % 0.10 to 0.30 %bonus 30 annual 0.20 % 0.60 to 0.70 %1yr fixed rate ISA (ann) 3.00 % 3.75 %1yr fixed rate ISA (mon) 2.99 % 3.71 %2yr fixed rate ISA (ann) 3.00 % 3.00 %2yr fixed rate ISA (mon) 2.99 % 2.99 %3yr fixed rate ISA (ann) 3.25 % 3.25 %3yr fixed rate ISA (mon) 3.25 % 3.25 %6mnth e-bond(ann) 50k-3M 2.87 % 3.12 %6mnth e-bond(mon) 50-3M 2.84 % 3.09 %1yr e-bond (ann) 50-3M 3.20 % 3.40 %1yr e-bond (mon) 50-3M 3.20 % 3.40 %2yr e-bond (ann) 50-3M 3.35 % 3.35 %2yr e-bond (mon) 50-3M 3.35 % 3.35 %3yr e-bond (ann) 50-3M 3.60 % 3.60 %3yr e-bond (mon) 50-3M 3.56 % 3.56 %6mn frb (ann) 50k-2M 2.77 % 3.02 %6mn frb (mon) 50k-2M 2.73 % 2.99 %1yr frb (ann) 50k-2M 3.10 % 3.35 %1yr frb (mon) 50k-2M 3.09 % 3.35 %2yr frb (ann) 50k-2M 3.25 % 3.25 %2yr frb (mon) 50k-2M 3.25 % 3.25 %3yr frb (ann) 50k-2M 3.50 % 3.50 %3yr frb (mon) 50k-2M 3.45 % 3.45 % current rates - http://www.nationwide.co.uk/savings/all_ac...ll_accounts.htm previous rates - http://www.nationwide.co.uk/savings/all_ac...worold=previous
  9. Another garage conversion £195,000 !!!! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...n%26index%3D220
  10. I receive a newsletter from a financial adviser, and thought you might be interested. All identifying details have been deleted.
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