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  1. I'm zone 6, and not far from areas you mention, prices have gone up a third since about 2015. With every since property listing since then mentioning Crossrail i can't help but find it amusing it's delayed. I also assume when you say these houses start at 270k, they must be ex-squats next to a chicken shop as I put that as a few and far between price.
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    Epidemic Influenza And Vitamin D

    Strange to see this pop up on here of all places, as just in the last fortnight have found this to be a great cure for restless legs.
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    What will collapse next....

    If they do, then I'm very likely f**ked no matter how much of a crash. Being rather tight this Christmas just in case. Next three months is critical. Maffo in Oxford mentioned Kier too - the new procurement process they have put in place is nothing but an excuse to delay payments, massively complicated for no other reason than to keep the money in the bank for longer, extra work for their staff and hassle for suppliers, can totally understand why they are so shorted. My money is on more restaurant/pub chains - I got more black Friday emails from them than I did retailers.
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    The Chickens are coming home to roost for the Tories.

    I'll purposely vote Labour if the Tories go ahead with this... yes I'm spiteful but you don't turn 31 and all of a sudden find a sodding money tree
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    Rics survey out soon

    Nothing on TV for you?! Personally found this thread useful on a couple of counts
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    Rics survey out soon

    Is she selling all of them? Thats decent of her to have the release clause. Have you checked what else is about for you to rent instead? I"m not far from there and have to say there seems a quite a few reductions recently which is unusual from previously
  7. Not sure I'd have picked KPMG after the mess they let happen at Carillion!
  8. https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/property/3359637-Help-Letter-from-tax-office-after-selling-my-house Nice example of real life case study, OP is either completely clueless or deliberately vague...
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    BBC: House owners rue leasehold purchases

    Worth pointing out the above is an auction listing so not supposed to sell that low, but link to recently sold nearby shows another one... Sales history Sold prices provided by Land Registry Feb 2018 Sold£124,950 Dec 2015 Sold£159,995 Oct 2015 Sold£128,995
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    Examples of big & multiple drops

    https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/46088606 200k profit after chipping away 100.. still not sold though!
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    Examples of big & multiple drops

    https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/47222415 this one really has me wondering when it will bottom out!
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    Millions of pounds in property wealth destroyed overnight

    I'm sure the BBC said they were £400k+... not sure what all the fuss is about, just rent them out innit
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    House prices aren't just slipping in the UK

    It's recorded that you are only making the minimum though and therefore a negative to do so... add an extra fiver a month and you'll be looked upon more favourably
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    Maxing Out HTB ISA move to lifetime ISA?

    I'm in London so can benefit from the higher limit (hahaha) - was under the impression though that even an unused one would discount the first month higher deposit amount if another one was opened? We save over that every month (living with family) so would be handy to make the most of the additional bonus if possible

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