Sunday, August 12, 2012

The reason why millions people are waiting to get in council houses

Most expensive council flat goes on sale for £1 million

Why would you work? Seriously. WHY WOULD YOU WORK?

Posted by peter_2008 @ 01:30 PM (1840 views)
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4 thoughts on “The reason why millions people are waiting to get in council houses

  • The ‘broom cupboard apartment’ in Knightsbridge marked the peak of the housing cycle in the 80’s. This time a council flat in Kensington. It will be all down hill from here.

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  • stillthinking says:

    Why would you pay tax more like, and I think many are coming to the same conclusion.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    You’re not supposed to work, you’re supposed to speculate in land or be a banker.

    That’s the Home-Owner-Ist Utopia, nobody has to do anything productive, we can all be landlords, property developers, estate agents and bankers and all become unfeasibly rich without lifting a finger.

    There always seems to be something missing from their equation, but hey…

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  • “The flat was bought by the previous owner for nearly half the price – £489,000 – in 2006.”

    Unless the London property market has gone completely crazy, it’ll never sell for £949,950. A 50% increase in six years, in the midst of a global recession? For a council flat? Pull the other one.

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