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Over at 9.12 - just caught the last 30 seconds.

You put a picture of the car you aspire to on the fridge apparently. Is that it?

Excellent; a nice easy solution.

I was worried it might be one of those change your whole lifestyle approaches - boring.

Car on the fridge eh? Magic.

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Excellent; a nice easy solution.

I was worried it might be one of those change your whole lifestyle approaches - boring.

Car on the fridge eh? Magic.

:D:D:D

yer they kicked off early, apparentley it was just advertising a series showing you how they are going about it. Basically it transpires you stop spending and find other income streams. :rolleyes:

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BBC2 8.00pm Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years

New series in which businessman Rene Carayol helps homeowners draw up plans that will allows them to buy their properties outright in just two years. He begins by helping Sean and Anne Marie Casey-Poole, bank employees with big spending habits. The programme finds out how closely they have stuck to the scheme after one year of the challenge (888) (Stereo)

BBC 1 05JAN2006

9.15am To Buy or Not to Buy Potential buyers get the chance to try out new homes by spending time in them before deciding whether to make an offer (888) (Stereo)

10.00am Homes Under the Hammer Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts examine a three-bedroom semi in Co Durham, a detached bungalow in Kent and a ground-floor flat in Gateshead, to assess their chances of selling at auction (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

11.00am Trading Up Comprehensive guide to the property market, presented from Stafford by Kevin Allan and Louise Lear (888) (Stereo)

11.30am Bargain Hunt Tim Wonnacott presents the show from an antiques fair in Lewes, Sussex, where two teams of students are challenged to pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction, with the aid of experts Philip Serrell and Nic Saintey (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

12.15pm Cash in the Attic Scotland residents Ruth and Ken Mitchell enlist the team's help in selling off their collectibles, hoping to raise £1,000 for a new vehicle they can use when they emigrate to Spain (888) (Stereo)

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:D:D:D

yer they kicked off early, apparentley it was just advertising a series showing you how they are going about it. Basically it transpires you stop spending and find other income streams. :rolleyes:

New years diet - Eat less move more.

Money diet - Spend less earn more.

Rocket. Science.

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BBC2 8.00pm Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years

New series in which businessman Rene Carayol helps homeowners draw up plans that will allows them to buy their properties outright in just two years. He begins by helping Sean and Anne Marie Casey-Poole, bank employees with big spending habits. The programme finds out how closely they have stuck to the scheme after one year of the challenge (888) (Stereo)

BBC 1 05JAN2006

9.15am To Buy or Not to Buy Potential buyers get the chance to try out new homes by spending time in them before deciding whether to make an offer (888) (Stereo)

10.00am Homes Under the Hammer Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts examine a three-bedroom semi in Co Durham, a detached bungalow in Kent and a ground-floor flat in Gateshead, to assess their chances of selling at auction (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

11.00am Trading Up Comprehensive guide to the property market, presented from Stafford by Kevin Allan and Louise Lear (888) (Stereo)

11.30am Bargain Hunt Tim Wonnacott presents the show from an antiques fair in Lewes, Sussex, where two teams of students are challenged to pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction, with the aid of experts Philip Serrell and Nic Saintey (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

12.15pm Cash in the Attic Scotland residents Ruth and Ken Mitchell enlist the team's help in selling off their collectibles, hoping to raise £1,000 for a new vehicle they can use when they emigrate to Spain (888) (Stereo)

Jeez - what an unoriginal schedule. No wonder people believe that property only goes up.

Yet again I feel fortunate that I don't get to see UK terrestrial TV

ABB

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BBC2 8.00pm Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years

New series in which businessman Rene Carayol helps homeowners draw up plans that will allows them to buy their properties outright in just two years. He begins by helping Sean and Anne Marie Casey-Poole, bank employees with big spending habits. The programme finds out how closely they have stuck to the scheme after one year of the challenge (888) (Stereo)

BBC 1 05JAN2006

9.15am To Buy or Not to Buy Potential buyers get the chance to try out new homes by spending time in them before deciding whether to make an offer (888) (Stereo)

10.00am Homes Under the Hammer Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts examine a three-bedroom semi in Co Durham, a detached bungalow in Kent and a ground-floor flat in Gateshead, to assess their chances of selling at auction (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

11.00am Trading Up Comprehensive guide to the property market, presented from Stafford by Kevin Allan and Louise Lear (888) (Stereo)

11.30am Bargain Hunt Tim Wonnacott presents the show from an antiques fair in Lewes, Sussex, where two teams of students are challenged to pick up bargains to sell for profit at auction, with the aid of experts Philip Serrell and Nic Saintey (888) (Stereo) BBC News; Weather (888)

12.15pm Cash in the Attic Scotland residents Ruth and Ken Mitchell enlist the team's help in selling off their collectibles, hoping to raise £1,000 for a new vehicle they can use when they emigrate to Spain (888) (Stereo)

Yep it's Pure Property Porn, given that everybody and his dog is now a property expert and invested up to the hilt, the clever money is selling the market. :rolleyes:

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Yep it's Pure Property Porn, given that everybody and his dog is now a property expert and invested up to the hilt, the clever money is selling the market. :rolleyes:

And, all the people who are not unemployed, are sitting at home watching this drivel all day.

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The rationale behind the series is a good one.....i.e. why give the banks unneccesary profit for doing SFA.

But how much do you want to bet that the mortgages in question aren't the £150K monsters required to get on the property pyramid nowadays.

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Any truth that CH5 are doing a programme featuring HPConned titled "pay rent for the rest of your life and pi55 your salary up the wall"? :lol::lol::lol:

what a fantastic piece of incisive input, thank you. Nodoubt those looking for advice will hang on your every word :rolleyes:

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Only in the UK could a television programme about paying off your mortgage make primetime evening viewing. Mad. On the other channel is "A Place In The Sun: How To Price Out The Eastern Europeans" (oops, appear to have mis-transcribed the title, it is actually "20 Best Places To Make Money").

How pissed off are the Eastern Europeans going to be? They come to the UK, work all hours doing sh1t jobs to pay for a little bungalow back home, and then go back and find the Brits have priced them out of their own country!

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Any truth that CH5 are doing a programme featuring HPConned titled "pay rent for the rest of your life and pi55 your salary up the wall"? :lol::lol::lol:

No, they are doing a prog. called 'Worlds most stupid man bumped from top slot by dimsunreader"

It's going out 3 times a day and will include lots of your fave cuts and pastes including your classix such as

'you r paying MY mortgage'

'you will rent forver'

'renting is dead money'

'i have lots of houses'

'prices never fall'

I dunno. what a d!ckwt. Wonder who types his posts for him? Mummsy?

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And, all the people who are not unemployed, are sitting at home watching this drivel all day.

You'd be suprised at the number of 'unemployed' that own houses. I know of one that has four properties. TBF, yes, he does have a mental health problem, but surely the state can't be paying out that much in benefits for him to buy four houses? And which mortgage lenders are giving him the money? But then again there was that cow on wife swap that was getting about 40k in benefits.

Whats annoys me to the hilt is people don't understand jack about wealth creation. Inflated house prices is not wealth creation. Its the illusion of wealth. Blair and Brown are going to leave this economy devestated.

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Mods, please could you alter the thread title to:

"Bbc2 8pm 5 Jan, Paying your Mortgage Off In 2 Years"

... so people get the time right. Thanks.

And could you alter the Bbc2 to BBC2, why do thread headers only allow the first letter to be a capital even though you input it correctly in the first place.?

Edited by Catch22

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I've been off work for a couple of days and had to endure daytime television

AFAIK nobody has mentioned that most of these property related programmes have "MMIV" and "MMII" and the end of the credits ie made in 2002 and 2004

How many people watching are gaining a false sense of reality through watching these plethora of programmes/spin?

Edited by dnd

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I'm doing some work on a website for one of the participants at the moment - Chloe Wolsey-Ottaway. Don't know much about her, but she's got a posh sounding name!

Well if that's a self portrait of Chloe I reckon she could be "finished" before either the website or a two year mortgage is completed :rolleyes:

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Whats this program about then, future shock property porn?

Pimping the missus and the teenage kids while working dealing smack / crack. If that does not pay the mortgage in 2 years, extra overtime as a credit card fraudster porn star should do it.....

Oh hang on, this is just what many recent house buyers have to do just to pay the interest only mortgage over 25 years. :blink:

Edited by Saving For a Space Ship

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Only in the UK could a television programme about paying off your mortgage make primetime evening viewing. Mad. On the other channel is "A Place In The Sun: How To Price Out The Eastern Europeans" (oops, appear to have mis-transcribed the title, it is actually "20 Best Places To Make Money").

How pissed off are the Eastern Europeans going to be? They come to the UK, work all hours doing sh1t jobs to pay for a little bungalow back home, and then go back and find the Brits have priced them out of their own country!

This thing on Channel 4 now is quite the most obnoxious load of twaddle I've yet seen.

If you invest in a shed in Slovenia in 10 years it would be worth 310K...

How can they get away with this drivel? If anyone treated any other 'investment' this way - well, they couldn't and certainly wouldn't have an hour devoted to it on primetime TV..

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This thing on Channel 4 now is quite the most obnoxious load of twaddle I've yet seen.

If you invest in a shed in Slovenia in 10 years it would be worth 310K...

How can they get away with this drivel? If anyone treated any other 'investment' this way - well, they couldn't and certainly wouldn't have an hour devoted to it on primetime TV..

Didn't realise that was on. The pay off your mortgage program aint very good.

I did look at the synopsis for the C4:

"Everyone knows there is money to be made in property, but which country provides you the biggest return? Foreign property expert Amanda Lamb presents the definitive list of the 20 Best Places to Make Money from property in Europe." - http://www.puretelly.com/detail/?p=25986

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