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£70K Walthamstow 'shed' Withdrawn From The Market

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Nice bit of sleuthing from the Grauniad:


Although there is a building there being lived in by a tenant on a standard tenancy, the legal documents for the sale described the property as “land” and said the sale was being made with vacant possession.

Ooer! So not habitable then? :unsure:

Last paragraph regarding increasing London rents in general:

Adrian Gill, director of Reeds Rains and Your Move, said: “Household incomes are now finally heading upwards, at least for the majority, so a good number of tenants can afford to pay more. That is starting to remove what had been the main factor holding back market rents.

Bravo! *slow hand claps* Because tenants love paying more rent each time their next income increase. :rolleyes:

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Well Adrian , being a director of Your Move you can surely afford to buy me 3 lap dancers and a new BMW. Delivery whenever suits you


What a ******ing twit !!

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Another one going to auction in Southall on rightmove.

Not sure what to think of it...obviously id hope (given they wont be council tax registered) they dont attract housing benefit...and they add supply, and, lets face it, regardless of whether the grauniad says its 'no bigger than a garage' or not, neither are half of the canary wharf 'studios' they whore their ad space out to in the sunday observer.

Beds in sheds sounds bad, but in reality are no worse than most barratt new builds.

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