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debtisbad

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  1. I live in Reading in the south-east, and I feel trapped by the extortionate property prices. About 10 years ago when prices were a bit lower I bought, on the advice of my dad, a property with the intention of letting it out, paying for itself. Apart from a year or so of sharing with friends/lodging I have been stuck since then living with parents. I had intended to buy a second property to live in, by borrowing equity from the first property, but it's looking like I will only be able to afford a small studio flat which I don't really want. My first property as I said was intended to rent o
  2. I live in Reading in the south-east, and I feel trapped by the extortionate property prices. About 10 years ago when prices were a bit lower I bought, on the advice of my dad, a property with the intention of letting it out, paying for itself. Apart from a year or so of sharing with friends/lodging I have been stuck since then living with parents. I had intended to buy a second property to live in, by borrowing equity from the first property, but it's looking like I will only be able to afford a small studio flat which I don't really want. My first property as I said was intended to rent o
  3. I live in Reading in the south-east, and I feel trapped by the extortionate property prices. About 10 years ago when prices were a bit lower I bought, on the advice of my dad, a property with the intention of letting it out, paying for itself. Apart from a year or so of sharing with friends/lodging I have been stuck since then living with parents. I had intended to buy a second property to live in, by borrowing equity from the first property, but it's looking like I will only be able to afford a small studio flat which I don't really want. My first property as I said was intended to rent o
  4. I live in Reading in the south-east, and I feel trapped by the extortionate property prices. About 10 years ago when prices were a bit lower I bought, on the advice of my dad, a property with the intention of letting it out, paying for itself. Apart from a year or so of sharing with friends/lodging I have been stuck since then living with parents. I had intended to buy a second property to live in, by borrowing equity from the first property, but it's looking like I will only be able to afford a small studio flat which I don't really want. My first property as I said was intended to rent o
  5. I live in Reading in the south-east, and I feel trapped by the extortionate property prices. About 10 years ago when prices were a bit lower I bought, on the advice of my dad, a property with the intention of letting it out, paying for itself. Apart from a year or so of sharing with friends/lodging I have been stuck since then living with parents. I had intended to buy a second property to live in, by borrowing equity from the first property, but it's looking like I will only be able to afford a small studio flat which I don't really want. My first property as I said was intended to rent o
  6. has anyone read Sacred Economics by Charles Eisenstein?
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