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  1. I thought I recognised him... There was a show on the BBC, a few years ago, where landlords moved into the houses they rented to see what their tenants had to put up with... He starred in episode 3: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p057v67s
  2. Thank you so much everyone!!! I'm still a nervous wreck but it's been so comforting reading your experiences and so enlightening listening to your cool advice. Most of all I'd like to thanks AdamoMucci who I think has the right ideas on how to approach this, but my sincere thanks to each and every one of you! I'm based near High Wycombe and after my fixed term tenancy ended I moved to a rolling periodic, I think it's called. Could I please ask a couple more questions: -Must I allow the Letting Agent to take photos of the property, for them to put on Rightmove I guess , or ca
  3. Hello, Longtime lurker here. I've always been so impressed with the quality of knowledge on this forum and I was hoping you might be able to help me with the following. I've been renting this place for a few years and felt quite settled but then I got a letter saying along the lines of: "The landlord has asked us to try and sell the property you are renting. They don’t want to give you notice as they feel it is unlikely to sell in this market but would like us to see if there is a buyer out there. We would like to come round to see you to discuss this and how we can keep disruption
  4. Hi MarkyH, so I take it you’ve now managed to move out of Aylesbury into somewhere more civilised?
  5. Nice to see this bear food in the mainstream mediaBuying and renting: Your biggest financial decision - in 10 charts Your biggest financial commitment is your home. Here is the story of the last 10 years in 10 charts.
  6. Sorry, just a quick question, which gold mining shares did you go for? I have my eye on Centamin, looks good value but I'm no expert.
  7. The trick is not to put the milk in all at once. Just pour a little in and make a 'paste' out of the cocoa and milk. Once amalgamated then add a little more milk, amalgamate, and repeat until you have a smooth tasty drink. Works the same for powdered soups, Horlicks or any other such drink. (Technique learnt from my time in laboratories where you don't want to produce lumpy medicaments for patients to consume).
  8. I've noticed that too... Gold price is falling and Gold miners are still higher than what they were three months ago? e.g. Centamin. I see Gold CoT moving nicely towards a low. Net spec longs were cut by nearly 50k to about 115k and that was before the last three days so should be close to cycle lows by now or very soon... maybe next week. Previous cycle lows were around 10k-50k in the bear market and 80-150k in the bull.
  9. Are you talking about buying in the Buckingham Park development in Aylesbury? Wasn't that rising because of London money flooding into Aylesbury, which has now stopped due to people realising Aylesbury is not that great (to put it mildly).
  10. Don't suppose anyone else on this board followed my advice? Okay its been nearly 8 years since my tip and I've been lurking since then. DGO, in the meantime, has nearly quadrupled in value during that time.
  11. http://www.fool.co.uk/news/property-home/2...-this-year.aspx
  12. It took us years to increase interest rates by 1.5% and now they gone down by as much in just one month! Haven't a clue about what will happen next, apart from living costs are going to get a lot more expensive as inflation takes off... Glum
  13. Hi folks just saw this on another BB and I would welcome your comments: "In April 2008 Lehman Bros precarious position surfaced, and many hedge funds may have decided to take their profits - hence the decline in stocks since that date. But at the moment every big investor is waiting for companies' financial position to become clear. Only fools go in where angels fear to tread. On the investment front, foreign funds are just waiting with itchy fingers to jump in U.K. market because the companies' valuation is so low.The chinese have made it clear that they are not investing in paper money a
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