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locky82

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  1. Do you regularly borrow someone elses crisps for a £100 a month?
  2. Thats one way of looking at it. The other is that the only pub in walking distance to me is an OK spoons so it's steak at chips for a fiver... I would be hard to beat that down tesco
  3. Yep, took the family and in laws to the pub Monday. We paid £24 for 4 meals and 2 kids meal. Thank you for your contribution Monsieur 😁
  4. Buying a house that is affordable, and you'd be happy in is never a gamble. Trying to time the market it is. Try and drag your feet until the end of October... I'm sure your conveyancer will help with that
  5. Do banks generally write money off and let the debter off Scott free? I thought they'd usually sell the debt to debt recovery thugs for penny's. Meaning the indebted are still liable for the money for 7 years. Unless there's a wonga situation and nw have been leading money to the destitute this is ridiculous thread.
  6. I imagine they have realised if you need to rely on BOMAD you're probably pretty shit with money or in low paid employment. Either way, who wants that risk in your books and this time.
  7. I completely agree if you have the luxury of sitting tight until next spring, it would be sensible to do that. However the pain of moving twice (if he does buy in the future), 10k in rent, and no certainty that a crash will happen, as tptb have evidently become pretty adept at dodging them. If I was in the OPs position I would seriously consider buying if it was an affordable option. Just my opinion.
  8. That's exactly why we did it. I know full well there should be a price correction. However when you actually have to cough up more money at the end of the month to rent, forgot it, I'll take my chances buying. As long as you have a deposit that is! Can't you make the landlord a cheeky offer, no estate agent fees and no relocation for you... could be a win win.
  9. 965 - Seems to be my account stability that lets it down. I switch when I need and doubt Id ever stick with the same accounts for 6+ years. However the flexplus may be the first, really good value and service.
  10. I was lucky enough to have the tenants tour on a couple viewings when we was buying. One stayed on the market for a long time, she was very honest about the house/neighbours/area and her landlord lol
  11. Madness. I bet the vendor couldn't believe their luck.
  12. If you are trying to hide it can't you just stick it in a few online bookie accounts? Interest is the same as banks, probably safer and I doubt anyone would look once its been deposited... Thinking about it anti money laundering software would probably get you
  13. If you are trying to hide it can't you just stick it in a few online bookie accounts? Interest is the same as banks, probably safer and I doubt anyone would look once its been deposited...
  14. If you're trying to find the least stressful route it's probably better to focus on finding a new home instead of delaying the inevitable for a few months.
  15. SMI is a loan that incurs interest. It wasn't the type of bail out I thought Blink was alluding to.
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