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Maybe there is a shortage of gullible buyers

No, there's always a ready supply of them. Trouble is, they're finding out that there's a shortage of exuberant lenders.

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Maybe there is a shortage of gullible buyers, so they are going to screw one another?

http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/search/display...windows_out.php

Comer homes must be the total pits of every dog sh--, developer that ever set foot on this earth. The window company states that comer homes are ignoring all correspondence. That is F-----g typical of that sh-- firm. They have a development in Woolwich London. I wonder if that is the one mentioned in the artical. They have disputes with contractors at that site many things are wrong and have never been put right . Yet comer homes are still selling the flats to people, and nothing is getting down to resolve the problems, it is disgusting that they still sell flats to people when they are not sorting out the developments problems. It is disgusting and should be stopped.

However one piece of good news on that development comer homes sold a whole tower block to one property investment firm , who failed to complete or even exchange and so Comer are stuck with it and sales are very slow. Hope they go to the wall.

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A WINDOW firm is threatening to remove windows and patio doors from homes at the Ocean Views development on Portland because of a pay row.

I think they can still go to market- just beef up the 'ocean view' angle a bit- no irritatating glass to distact from your enjoyment- something like that. Or 'smell those fresh ocean breezes' perhaps.

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No, there's always a ready supply of them. Trouble is, they're finding out that there's a shortage of exuberant lenders.

Quite right.

If people will lend, people will blindly and un-questioningly borrow.

If the money isn't there to be borrowed, it can't be borrowed.

If only the people that think we have "talked" ourselves into this housing crash would understand that!

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Hi

Oh I so wished I had seen this before I bought at Comer Homes developement here in Woolwich London, Ive lived here 3 years and my windows are really shit, they whistle and leak and Im waiting for the premier warranty to sort them out, I think they were future windows too. Comer will not talk to me so I went to the insurance ombudsman in the end.

Supposed to get work done on them soon. 3 fxxxxxxxx years

Mike

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