Jump to content
House Price Crash Forum

Richard John

New Members
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Richard John

  • Rank
    HPC Newbie
  1. To answer my own question, I think it's because it is 2 or more households, meaning that it's classed as an HMO and the landlord needs a licence.
  2. I'm currently looking for somewhere to live with a friend. I've seen "no sharers" on ads a few times. What exactly does this mean? Single people/couples only? If it is, what's the reasoning behind it, and do landlords really expect people to leave a room vacant (or even 2 rooms on some ads)?
  3. Hmm... it would seem that Barratt would be better off overpricing their own houses, then offering market value for part-ex. It would make these people feel like they were getting a better deal.
  4. Last night was surprisingly busy in Bridgend. Even 2 pubs that are usually dead were packed.
  5. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-166...=1&tr_t=buy http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-157...=1&tr_t=buy One and two bedroom flats (respectively) in the roughest area (mostly housing association flats, massive drugs problem and high crime rates) of a town in South Wales. Both are £64,995. 10 years ago, my family home was bought for £20,000 less. It's a 3 bed semi-detached in a fairly nice area. Can anyone honestly see this lasting?
  6. First thing Wednesday morning and I've blown my own mind with confusion over how banks work. I was thinking... I do work for American businesses. Usually, they pay by credit card to Google Checkout, who then pay money into my business account, which is then eventually transferred to my personal account. I was just wondering... where is the actual cash? From end to end, there's no physical cash involved, and I can't work out what happens? Do the banks settle with each other at the end of the month or something? If so, does it actually involve taking a case full of cash to the other bank? Sor
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.