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Wonderful news!!!

Banks stepping in philanthropically with schemes to help buyers own otherwise-unaffordable property.

I have such admiration for these self-sacrificing, charitable institutions.

The people of Kabul should rejoice and rush out to sign on the dotted line before prices go even higher and they're priced out forever!

;)

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Wonderful news!!!

Banks stepping in philanthropically with schemes to help buyers own otherwise-unaffordable property.

I have such admiration for these self-sacrificing, charitable institutions.

The people of Kabul should rejoice and rush out to sign on the dotted line before prices go even higher and they're priced out forever!

;)

Why not put the Chernobyl reactor up for redevelopment? Sure it doesn`t have the glamour of being in a war zone, but think of the money you`ll save on lighting, thanks to that nice blue perma-glow.... :(

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buyers who, officials reckon, will have to pay $100 to $150 every month for 16 years before becoming owners.

Average of, say, $125 per month.

That's $125 x 12 x 16 = $24,000 total including interest.

Or about £12,000 including interest.

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If an HPCer made this story up, they'd be rightly dismissed as a ridiculous surrealist.

Talk about banks underpricing risk - sheesh!

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fortunately locals have guns and pride, and will not get shafted as easy as Brits

I'd keep my eye on Golan Heights though

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