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pie-eater

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  1. Rather than extending their own house and adding maybe £100k to its value, they converted the garage...... £365k? http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-68383445.html
  2. They're still all horrible areas, though. Probably just caught up with the general London HPI that they missed out on when the nicer bits went mad. Those areas are still regarded as cheap to buy in when comparing like for like with anywhere else in London. Rubbish strewn high streets, full of chicken shops and bookies is all you get - plus crime.
  3. My word, you sound like Tim Nice But Dim, but minus the nice bit. I feel sorry for your neighbours.
  4. We're leaving the EU...... Polish barriers on movement from the UK won't hurt us.
  5. Maybe your post was dull and didn't deserve anything better? Let it fall away gracefully and don't take it to heart.
  6. Wow. Simplified in 2 gramatically incorrect paragraphs. So everyone should rent and no one should own. Who do we rent from in that case?
  7. That would be a £100k house in a northern town.
  8. It's a decent area - I used to live there about 10 years ago. Prices then were silly, but that one is a good £75k over priced in relation to similar 2 beds.
  9. Well, this thread has turned into a back slapping, hom-fest of renters backing each other's positive experiences up How very HPC!
  10. Are you a hpc extremists who sees anyone other than renters as the enemy?
  11. Particularly when the interest you receive from your savings is greater than the amount you pay in rent.......
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