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  1. Buyers regret.. https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/property/4294780-Huge-moving-regrets We lived in a big hoyse in a beautiful place but had overstretched ourselves on both the size of the property and the cost. last year we sold to a local family and to help their elderly family move before Christmas we ended up renting in some dire rural holiday let for 4 months during winter lockdown whilst searching for something. After turning down a lovely place that was out of our budget we bought in a local town near to where we moved from. I hate it. We were desperate and if we hadn't bought everything would have gone up 30k while we were renting. I wanted a quiet road, it's really busy, I wanted character, it's got none. Couple of the neighbours are aggressive and noisy. There's a small industrial estate nearby with drilling going on all day (all shut when we viewed). There's no sense of community here it's just a commuter dormitory town. The garden is crap, overlooked and noisy. I miss where we were so much but houses are not even coming to market there before being sold. I know we have to be patient and have friends there looking out for anyone selling but I wish we'd never moved now and just worked harder. I can't stop crying about what we've lost and how stupid we were to rush into this. If nothing comes up by Sept would you just market the house anyway?
  2. "Timmmbeerrr!" https://www.wbay.com/2021/06/30/lumber-prices-fall-40-percent-june/ After peaking in early May, lumber prices have fallen more than 40% thanks to increased supplies.
  3. Probably due to the VPN being split tunneling with some traffic going through work, and some using your standard internet. If the work element failed then potentially would stop some systems synching to work environment. https://cybernews.com/what-is-vpn/split-tunneling/
  4. Apparently about $33m each https://www.aircraftcompare.com/aircraft/boeing-ch-47f-chinook/ with £5,200 per hour running costs.. http://www.armedforces.co.uk/raf/listings/l0032.html the rest must be support..
  5. Mortgage prisoners piece in the DM. https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-9452947/amp/Mortgage-prisoners-homeowners-paying-9-interest.html Consumed by constant money worries': Mortgage prisoners tell of high interest rate woes ahead of debate on landmark law change
  6. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-reinsurance-marine/suez-blockage-may-lead-to-large-reinsurance-claims-broker-willis-re-says-idUSKBN2BO4PN?edition-redirect=ca LONDON (Reuters) - The blockage of the Suez Canal is likely to lead to large reinsurance claims, adding to upward pressure on marine reinsurance rates, James Vickers, chair of reinsurance broker Willis Re International, told Reuters.
  7. It can be complicated with insurance being covered by reinsurance! https://www.investopedia.com/articles/insurance/082916/business-model-reinsurance-companies.asp
  8. Reported on LBC news this morning. An air of surprise in the voice of the newsreader 🙄
  9. 6 years after registering for a self-build on the register... Nothing!
  10. Who knows? (tin foil hat on) world population may start to reduce... sterility due to cv19? Been bandied around for about 8 years.. https://lisahaven.news/2018/08/its-not-just-deagel-anymore-mit-predicts-dramatic-death-drop-in-2020-and-the-end-in-2040/ (tin foil had off). Would love to be able to buy a home sometime now post-divorce
  11. And what's with all the new "legitimate interest" opt in/out? Feels like a fairly recent phenomena
  12. Quite a few mutations already from the data. https://nextstrain.org/ncov/global
  13. He's a financial analyst in the UK, ex army. Seems like a sensible chap. is talking about things such as universal basic income, stock market crash, depression vs recession etc.
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