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For just over 1/2 a million who wouldn't want to buy that house - With help to buy it must be an easy peasy move :D

Scarily, it almost looked like a bargain.

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I wonder how the vendor will conduct him/herself during the sale process if someone does decide to buy? Hopefully not in such a laissez-faire way he/she leaves the house in.

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Yep, clearly renter scum trying to sabotage the owner's sale!

(hee hee)

renters, or a divorcee? seen that before where they just don't want to admit it's over and subconciously feck up viewings.

Edited by wherebee

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Yep, clearly renter scum trying to sabotage the owner's sale!

(hee hee)

Yes.

Archived rental listing; Previously listed for rent on 4th Jan 2011 for £1,296 pcm

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-history/eden-cottage/mill-hill/edenbridge/tn8-5bu/23799494

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No, in fact, it's quite subtle. It is aimed cynically at the really savvy middle-class home-buyer, who knows that that the piles of tish in each room are only a temporary phenomenon, and that when you get possession of a Grade II listed Georgian detached family home for a cheap price, you can put it all the contents in a skip and rejoice in a bargain. However, in their eagerness for a cheap deal, and feeling happy at their own cleverness, they fail to notice that this neglected dump is actually overpriced all the same.

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