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so wats the trick about the stock market, how do u get the best out of it, and which 1 is the most successful now?
read what i said
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being a security guard in iraq is apparently the new way to get rich easily.
the richest and the safest i meant. lol
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Yeah I'm worried but he used to live in Yemen during the wars and he's best friends with some pretty cut throat people. He seems just like my daddy to me but I think he's killed people...which scares the crap outta me...not as much as when he's angry with me. Now THAT is scary
how did he say he it was in yemen
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i was thinking of investing in property but which area sells the cheapest property?
Some parts of North East/West are still cheap.
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if you're thinking of cheap wouldn't you consider, size of rooms, number of bedrooms etc???
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u serious???????? that cheap?
Try central Burnley - two bed terrace for under three grand. You won't have any neighbours, mind, and the council will probably knock your house down soon but you can buy a house for that little.
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Some parts of North East/West are still cheap.
why buy property now when it is so high? :confused: stupid move...there is a cycle in the property market (many call it a 10 years cycle)...wait till it is at the bottom
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why buy property now when it is so high? :confused: stupid move...there is a cycle in the property market (many call it a 10 years cycle)...wait till it is at the bottom
Prices don't tend to drop though, they will just remain static.
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Try central Burnley - two bed terrace for under three grand. You won't have any neighbours, mind, and the council will probably knock your house down soon but you can buy a house for that little.
Blimey thats cheap. This what Salford used to be like a few years ago, however those same prices are fetching £40k now. North Manchester is still quite cheap, £50k average its certainly a lot cheaper than South Manchester but there are much higher returns in South Manchester. You need money to invest though.
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Blimey thats cheap. This what Salford used to be like a few years ago, however those same prices are fetching £40k now. North Manchester is still quite cheap, £50k average its certainly a lot cheaper than South Manchester but there are much higher returns in South Manchester. You need money to invest though.
There are huge areas of over 100 terraced houses with no inhabitents - it seems likely the council will knock them down and build nicer town houses with gardens etc. - that would be a good investment as if you look at the surrounding area of Burnley, property is very expensive so new housing will quickly increase in price.
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Prices don't tend to drop though, they will just remain static.
you will never see house prices become static over 2 decades
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you will never see house prices become static over 2 decades
What I mean is prices won't drop, so you should invest now, before another sharp rise.
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What I mean is prices won't drop, so you should invest now, before another sharp rise.
rubbish! ofcourse house prices drop! house prices is strongly linked with the country's economy. And the house prices is linked with with the economic cycle - and this cycle's history has shown that it is not static!
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you will never see house prices become static over 2 decades
Well aparantly here there is a crash but prices are still rising £1000 a week, a 5 bed semi next to a bail hostel is on the market for £450k but I doubt they get it.

The reason for it is simply because of the universities, if they get jobs in Manchester they buy houses here and tend to have rich parents. It makes some of the more prosperous areas of Chehsire seem quite cheap.

The key is to pick a cheapish area with good local schools, good public transports, below average crime rates and good local facilties and the prices should only go up.

I'm totaly priced out the of market though, I don't really fancy living in central Burnley with all the druggies
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
Try central Burnley - two bed terrace for under three grand. You won't have any neighbours, mind, and the council will probably knock your house down soon but you can buy a house for that little.
waste of time if u ask me and def a waste of money
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What I mean is prices won't drop, so you should invest now, before another sharp rise.
i was thinking about that, do u no any were wer i can get a house for 30k?
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rubbish! ofcourse house prices drop! house prices is strongly linked with the country's economy. And the house prices is linked with with the economic cycle - and this cycle's history has shown that it is not static!
OK, that was a rather silly thing to say, but I didn't mean it how it sounded.
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i was thinking about that, do u no any were wer i can get a house for 30k?
Try Gainsbrough in north lincs. Its the cheapest town I know off. You can of course buy houses for that in East Manchester but I wouldn't recomend it.
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Try Gainsbrough in north lincs. Its the cheapest town I know off. You can of course buy houses for that in East Manchester but I wouldn't recomend it.
thx for your advice pal, i really appreciate it and by the way did u study economics or sumin, cuz your kinda good at this stuff, or is it jus from experience.
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why buy property now when it is so high? :confused: stupid move...there is a cycle in the property market (many call it a 10 years cycle)...wait till it is at the bottom
because if you find a good offer somewhere in a few yrs time house prices are bound to boom and there we go, u can get an extra 50k or dat for jus chillin.
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