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  1. All I've got to say, is those clothes that fell off the washing line aren't going to dry properly on the grass like that. I always wonder why someone expecting to get over quarter of a million pounds for something wouldn't at the very least tidy up before having the photos taken. Having said that, I have seen worse and there was one for sale in bath a few years ago and they appear to have accidentally left something above the fireplace.
  2. Yeah I also saw that, I noticed how they have tried to be a little negative, but I guess they are agent biased and the negatives for most are in fact positives.. For me, having clear information is a plus. I hate the fact they can manipulate things to make it look more positive or do pointless price drops of £50 just to trigger email alerts or raise the price just to reduce it again. We can now see that.
  3. Is it definitely for the house? I saw one the other day for about £10k, turned out the house had been converted to flats and it was just for the freehold.
  4. Sales in the area I live dropped from over 70 to 30 in January, but even compared to the previous year sales are down by more than 25%. It's probably even lower sales now. Asking prices seem to have peaked July 2017.
  5. It's always funny reading the comments on that site. I love how everytime someone talks about regulating the rental market they say it will make things worse because they will all sell their properties. Surely if they sell, this doesn't in fact reduce the current housing stock, as they maintain it will.
  6. This has my vote, when can you get it implemented.
  7. Situated on 18 acres, oh no wait, 4 acres. We will sell the other 14 acres separately now. Still seems a tad expensive, maybe another £600k drop and it's getting closer.
  8. I live in Bristol and sometimes there is a whole road of campers and converted vans up the road from me (Clifton Downs). I lived in a Caravan for a while when I first moved down here, I setup a virtual address for £30 a month (for my post) and signed up to a 24 hours gym for £10.99 which meant I had access to a hot shower when needed. I imagine they will try and stop it soon and find some way of making it illegal.
  9. Quite a few banks seem to be introducing 95% - 100% mortgages too now. I don't need a smaller deposit, I just need lower house prices.
  10. A few banks are offering 120% mortgages to existing customers. Scottish widows is one. http://www.scottishwidows.co.uk/bank/mortgages/flex_interest_rates_existing.html
  11. People would probably find a way to use Capital losses (even if they are just paper loses) to offset this against income tax so that they effectively pay hardly any taxes on their actual incomes.
  12. This has also been done before, I've seen other sites offering the same services for £79. I don't think they lasted long.
  13. I guess the site was setup a while ago and they only recently created and incorporated a limited company. There are scripts and template sites setup for this exact purpose. I can't see how it can be worth £12million though.
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