Monday, March 17, 2008

Our money to prop up the market and Gibbs Gillespie

First time buyers' scheme

Grants for fully employed people ... worth £15 750 on a £210k property ... their recommendations include not borrowing more than 3.5 x your income (after outgoings) which means you can be earning over £50k .Please have a word with your MP.

Posted by hillingdon bob @ 10:09 PM (763 views)
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8 thoughts on “Our money to prop up the market and Gibbs Gillespie

  • ” … to first-time buyers who have lived in Hillingdon for the last 10 years”

    So local MPs’ siblings only need apply.

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  • “Grants for fully employed people” – well it makes a nice change from the dole-scum always getting the hand-outs. (Yes I know, welfare is a vital part of civilised society, blah blah)

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  • So anything goes. Anything, that is, except a natural free market correction. Aside from the absolute wrongness of using taxpayer’s money this way, the 7.5% grant is just a hook to snag the hapless FTBers who don’t understand what is going to happen next.

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  • Hillingdon Bob says:

    This was advertised in a half page ad in the Hillingdon People magazine which is delivered “free” to our doors.The ad contained the Gibbs Gillespie logo/banner and their contact details should anyone feel,like I did,unable to contain their incredulousness.Call 01895 272742 for a chat with them.

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  • Those guys at the CML should be strung up and shot today. They are loathesome greedy sh1tfaces – complete scum.

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  • Sold My Soul To The Never Never Never says:

    Tantamount to gerrymandering! Anyway the grant is worthless – my friends bought a property in 1988 in Cowley Uxbridge and it dropped by 50%. They sold it in 1999 (11 years later at a loss). FTB’s – please don’t fall for this – just wait a few more months for this correction to get underway.

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  • the bitterness on this forum is amusing

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  • Homeless said…

    the bitterness on this forum is amusing
    Tuesday, March 18, 2008 01:07PM

    But negative equity and huge debt burden for life is?

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