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impatientFTB

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  1. I saw that too. £20k increase in my region in a year to May 2006 - yeah right I won't rise to it, i'm staying put and keep saving. £26k now
  2. Same here, sneeked out to invest in a copy
  3. And you can't take it with you when you pass on
  4. I've just viewed the version posted on the site -- about time the balance tipped in favour of facts and fundamentals instead of just hype If I had an influential position in the beeb, i'd have it shown every night on BBC1 in place of Eastenders
  5. I heard it was derived from cheltenham average. Anyway, it appears the chav culture has spread since the emergence of eminem on the music scene, a 'person' who is worshipped by the chavs and seen as god like. The sooner that moron is assassinated the better, and we can try and get back to a civilised normality.
  6. I can't beleive they would do such a thing, whatever next
  7. Same here, i'm putting £600 a month away (save whilst getting used to not having that money to spend - kind of deferred mortgage ). I'm going to ride it out for as long as it's going to take, 3/4/5 years - not a problem. Better than having a huuuge debt hanging over me for the next 25-30 years.
  8. Think of a number double it, divide it into three, mutliply it by 6 then add two, hey presto your home will increase by 4.1% over five years, no matter what type of property it is... Anyone using that to underpin their decsision needs their head examined
  9. This economic party has gone on too long now, and this is one of the 'morning after' effects. My condelences go out to his wife and family
  10. Yup, read that cc spending in November was highest in 10 years. I really pity those who have bought into this lie that is the magic economy and housing market, some really cannot think for themselves and rely on peer pressure to pull their strings. I'm saving £600 a month and have £22k in an isa for a future purchase and don't want to see that swallowed up by negative equity. I am going to watch from the fence for the next 1-2 years, i'm certain i'll see some favourable changes in the housing market. By then, hopefully the would-be buyers will have finally opened their eyes and seen wh
  11. To begin with I had better say hello. I've been a spectator on this board (and ‘this is money’) for a while now. I just thought I would run past you an observation I have made regarding the base rate. In the last quarter of 2003, I noticed that a building society (can't remember which one) revised its interest rate of the mini cash isa. It was offering a rate in excess of any of its competitors and fixed for 2, 3 or 5 years. This happened a few months prior to the BoE raising the base rate for the first time in x years. (I did wonder if this might happen) Now, I have just noticed two bui
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