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"offering An End Of Chain Purchase"

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-44865683.html

"Offering an end of chain purchase, a 'Bryant' built detached house in need of refurbishment which features a double garage and a larger than average garden."

have a look at the link...answers on a post card please as to what they mean by "Offering an end of chain purchase".

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Each chain has two ends. The seller does not need to find anywhere to buy and the property is vacant.

Your end of the chain on the other hand may well be long.

and have a large ball on it.

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When it finally sinks it what you've bought, you wrap the end of the chain round your neck and then suspend yourself from the ceiling?

Edited by Scunnered

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-44865683.html

"Offering an end of chain purchase, a 'Bryant' built detached house in need of refurbishment which features a double garage and a larger than average garden."

have a look at the link...answers on a post card please as to what they mean by "Offering an end of chain purchase".

Comedy gold. laugh.gif

Something that should be flushed!

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HS2 and Flooding To see if this property is affected by either the proposed HS2 Raillink or possible flooding, please go to the following websites for further information:

http://www.dft.gov.uk/publications/hs2-maps-20120110/

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/default.aspx

Is this EA speak for yes, it is affected by HS2 and flooding?

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have a look at the link...answers on a post card please as to what they mean by "Offering an end of chain purchase".

Aretha knows the answer, doesn't she children...?

Would you like to hear her sing it...?

Jolly good - here we go then...

XYY

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