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Buy To Let Landlord Selling Up In Canary Wharf On Ebay!

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so what has a bookcase got to do with buy to let ?

well thats what i asked myself when i saw the listing.....

Maybe a BTL selling up after one year....?

"Please see my other furniture items, as I have to clear the flat I would sell the whole lot together to one buyer, ideally to another buy-to let-person that is looking to furnish a 2 bedroom flat. With the lot I will include also bedlinen, kitchenware TV, DVD player, etc. Almost all the furniture is one year old. All the furniture is Furniture and Furnishing (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 compliant. Contact me via Ebay if interested. "




Cannot really say if they are selling the flat altogether, or converting from furnished to unfurnished. But this is an indication of a problem, and cash is required

Edited by notanewmember

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Funny you should mention docklands, a couple of days ago I was trawling through some old threads, one which relates to the number of properties to rent in docklands.

From the thread 'House rents soaring in London';

In October 2004 there were 870 properties between £750 and £1250 to rent in Docklands according to findaproperty.com

Today there are 1678 listed... ie almost double the number :o

Oversupply in docklands.. without doubt, and hence I'm not surprised.

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