I knew someone that did that, and her bungallow was still on the market twelve months later until I intervened and it was sold within a fortnight albeit £25,000 lower than the asking price and the buyer paid all parties legal fees. That was with Bradley's by the way. So you have to go careful when you get a lower percentage take, they don't push it so hard.
Nothing can be done about high house prices ---YET! But the way things are going and with banks and building societies knocking the values down, the days of high house prices could be over. If the demand for houses drops even further, the spiral can only be downwards. My gripe with house prices has always been the estate agents very rarely knock the percentage they take down. It was 2.5% ...
Here is another one back pedalling. Brussels is ready to water down its stance on the Irish border in an attempt to secure a Brexit deal with the UK, Michel Barnier has said.
With a liberal controlled news paper, what would you expect? How many times has May back pedalled on different subjects? They may all be back pedalling soon.
With the anticipated interest rate rise, it will make things even more difficult for many than they already are. It has just been anounced that there is a increase of .25%, doesn't sound a lot but many will struggle with mortgage repayments and may have to sell up where the new valuation of the property, could be less than expected. This knock on effect is a bit like the outcome of BREXIT, ...
Another bird brain bites the dust.
What views of mine don't you like flo, I will try to correct them if it suits you.
You have to consider every eventuality flo, not just the ones that suit you.
What about BB holders who do not have a permit to park in Teignbridge car parks and therefore have to pay. Are they expected to walk to another machine?
I don't pay to park, so it doesn't affect me, but thanks anyway.