Saturday, Aug 19, 2006

Falling Uni numbers ... la la la, I'm not listening

Indepedent: Read property at university: your tutorial starts today

Buy a house for your child to live in at university and you could make a first-class profit, says David Prosser

Posted by uncle chris @ 04:48 PM (546 views)
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1. jason said...

What a joke.

There is no website http://www.arla.gov.uk/

it is www.arla.co.uk

If they can't get that right...

Saturday, August 19, 2006 05:19PM Report Comment
 

2. inbreda said...

If I was David Prosser and I looked like that much of a girl, I wouldn't let the Independent to print my picture at the top of my article. I'd probably harness the power of modern technology and work from home. And probably not go out very much. If at all.

Saturday, August 19, 2006 06:05PM Report Comment
 

3. Surfgatinho said...

Perfect, lets hope the value of their houses doesn't lose as much as the value of a degree.
Well I suppose they couldn't really as houses will never me worth nothing!

Saturday, August 19, 2006 06:14PM Report Comment
 

4. paul said...

It's a bit desperate too. Pinning hopes on University students to boost the market!

Saturday, August 19, 2006 06:49PM Report Comment
 

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6. Ben said...

Seriously though, I would have thought this David Prosser could be sued for giving downright malicious advice; leading people to believe that the value of a house bought now could increase like it may have done over the last five years. Not even a mild word of caution that prices can go down or stagnate, leaving the buyer with ALL the costs of buying, selling and interest in between. Irresponsible.

Sunday, August 20, 2006 05:57AM Report Comment
 

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