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Bob Loblaw

I Would Pay £3,000 For A Big House

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How much does a house cost?

VJ: £1,256.

EC: £20,000.

KA: £50,000.

CP: I would pay £3,000 for a big house, £2,000 for a middle-size house, and £1,000 for a bungalow.

GB: I would spend £55,365.01.

EC: The 1p is vital

BK: It is about £2,500 for a house.

Rep: Do you know an average house costs about £150,000?

GB: Now I know why my mum keeps on saying that we are poor!

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ask a banker to finance on the £2 per month pocket money, and we can see the £3000 is very affordable....IO....with a few friends from school sharing...bank of mum and Dad providing the deposit....homebuy scheme......and a lie.

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ask a banker to finance on the £2 per month pocket money, and we can see the £3000 is very affordable....IO....with a few friends from school sharing...bank of mum and Dad providing the deposit....homebuy scheme......and a lie.

Yep that works out.

£3000 new build. £300 gifted deposit. £1500 from homebuy scheme, monthly rent @ 0.5% interest = 63p.

£1200 loan @ 3.9% = £3.90 a month.

So he only needs an extra £3 a month which he can MEW. Self cert to avoid questions.

No mummendad needed.

Oh shot I forgot it's 2009.

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