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Our landlady had an EA round recently to value the flat. We were away for the week.

A picture had been held to the fridge by my HPC.co.uk fridge magnet.

The picture was moved to the notice board, and the magnet - gone.

I'm hoping my wife has inadvertently mislaid it, but if those illigimates have taken my fridge magnet...

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Our landlady had an EA round recently to value the flat. We were away for the week.

A picture had been held to the fridge by my HPC.co.uk fridge magnet.

The picture was moved to the notice board, and the magnet - gone.

I'm hoping my wife has inadvertently mislaid it, but if those illigimates have taken my fridge magnet...

Try asking your landlady where the fridge magnet is....if she doesn't know then politely suggest that she is liable for its loss and that you expect it to be replaced.

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Try asking your landlady where the fridge magnet is....if she doesn't know then politely suggest that she is liable for its loss and that you expect it to be replaced.

Then she'll have to buy a magnet from here. HPC magnets are going up in price don't you know. Better buy soon before she misses the boat.

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Do tenants still have rights anymore?

I thought your landlord was not allowed to enter the property without your permission?

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Now think about living your whole life like this. One 6 month assured tenancy after another. Landlords selling up whenever they want and you kicked about like a bit of flotsam with no rights.

As long as BTL carries on under current legislation, your generation are going to live out of suitcases.

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Now think about living your whole life like this. One 6 month assured tenancy after another. Landlords selling up whenever they want and you kicked about like a bit of flotsam with no rights.

As long as BTL carries on under current legislation, your generation are going to live out of suitcases.

.....until the 'miracle economy' crumbles

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Do tenants still have rights anymore?

I thought your landlord was not allowed to enter the property without your permission?

She did, but she didn't have our permission to allow the EA to walk off with our fridge magnet!

Is it me - or do some of those posters come across as sociopaths? :lol:

Yes, some do.

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Our landlady had an EA round recently to value the flat. We were away for the week.

A picture had been held to the fridge by my HPC.co.uk fridge magnet.

The picture was moved to the notice board, and the magnet - gone.

I'm hoping my wife has inadvertently mislaid it, but if those illigimates have taken my fridge magnet...

Where did you get a housepricecrash fridge magnet!??

Do they do T-shirts? Badges? Baseball caps? Bunting?

:D

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Where did you get a housepricecrash fridge magnet!??

Do they do T-shirts? Badges? Baseball caps? Bunting?

:D

You had to be here back in the golden era of hpc.co.uk...

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Our landlady had an EA round recently to value the flat. We were away for the week.

A picture had been held to the fridge by my HPC.co.uk fridge magnet.

The picture was moved to the notice board, and the magnet - gone.

I'm hoping my wife has inadvertently mislaid it, but if those illigimates have taken my fridge magnet...

... you'll do what exactly? Take her to the Minute Claims Court?

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... you'll do what exactly? Take her to the Minute Claims Court?

No, I'll go round and burn the EA down. Like I did to the last EA who crossed me.

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Have you tried expressing your rage through the medium of modern dance RichM?

You could do it in the EAs office. Post some pics?

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Now think about living your whole life like this. One 6 month assured tenancy after another. Landlords selling up whenever they want and you kicked about like a bit of flotsam with no rights.

Except that our current tenancy is for 2 years!

When we get to 18 months (next May) we'll request a year's extension (hopefully the spring mini bounce - or at least stop from freefall - will be around) and they will have to decide by end June.

3 yrs would do just nicely.

On verra.

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Have you tried expressing your rage through the medium of modern dance RichM?

You could do it in the EAs office. Post some pics?

As you well know I save my dance for Sunday mornings when I am worshipping the Lord Jesus Christ. My rendition of Jesus healing the deaf-mute man last Sunday brought many people to tears, I can assure you.

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As you well know I save my dance for Sunday mornings when I am worshipping the Lord Jesus Christ. My rendition of Jesus healing the deaf-mute man last Sunday brought many people to tears, I can assure you.

:lol:

Anyway, apologies for the typo. I should have said modern daaarrrrnnnce.

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Go hard, big man!

May I also suggest the medium of mime?

I tried that once when engaged in a dispute with an awkward post office counter girl. Got me no where.

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This is the most comprehensive argument in favour of home ownership that I've read for some time; it's also a sad tale.

Everyone here wants to be a home owner at some point in the future (despite their claims).

Our landlady had an EA round recently to value the flat. We were away for the week.

A picture had been held to the fridge by my HPC.co.uk fridge magnet.

The picture was moved to the notice board, and the magnet - gone.

I'm hoping my wife has inadvertently mislaid it, but if those illigimates have taken my fridge magnet...

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This is the most comprehensive argument in favour of home ownership that I've read for some time; it's also a sad tale.

Everyone here wants to be a home owner at some point in the future (despite their claims).

That's right, it was the last straw for us. We're off tonight to look at a nice 1-bed in Brixton, near the Loughborough estate. It'll be a bit cramped with me, the wife, and a baby on the way, but at least it'll be ours!

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Is that a joke?

Can't you live out of London and catch the train, rather than in drug dealer land?

Nowt wrong with Brixton our kid. Great nightllife. Good schools. The restaurants aren't as good as those in Camberwell, though.

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No, I'll go round and burn the EA down. Like I did to the last EA who crossed me.

With all the staff still inside? :D

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