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  1. Prospective owner occupiers need not apply? http://www.property118.com/
  2. OK, enough of the beasting of the Property118 guys, we need to help them find a way out. I'll start us off. There are, apparently, under CGT a category of wasting assets (see here) hence if the Property118 guys could pull together and paint all their rental properties to look like classic cars, old clocks, racehorses or fine wine and convince the Revenue that the people who appeared to be inside the assets were perhaps gear sticks, pendula, horses' c**ks or corks, they are off the hook on the CGT. Any other ideas?
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