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DimPrawn
18th April 2013, 11:47
BBC News - Consumers being misled over quick house sales, OFT warns (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22185163)

Malcolm Haywood, from Lincolnshire, wanted to sell his house quickly, and agreed to a sale price of £120,000.

But just before the deal was signed, the company involved, Gateway Homes UK, dropped the price to £80,000.

Pat Hardy, from Teesside, signed a similar deal with Tom Craven Property.

She had agreed a purchase price of £75,000, but the day before the removal men were due to arrive, they lowered the offer to £40,000.


:smokin

vetran
18th April 2013, 11:59
Stop Reading the leftie BBC

Mich the Tester
18th April 2013, 12:01
Stop Reading the leftie BBC

We could make this a generic message for CUK General;

Stop reading; it will only confuse you!

Pondlife
18th April 2013, 12:08
I love lamp!

vetran
18th April 2013, 12:12
We could make this a generic message for CUK General;

Stop reading; it will only confuse you!

There you go something AssGuru & his socky Proggy are ahead of me on!

vetran
18th April 2013, 12:15
BBC News - Consumers being misled over quick house sales, OFT warns (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22185163)

Malcolm Haywood, from Lincolnshire, wanted to sell his house quickly, and agreed to a sale price of £120,000.

But just before the deal was signed, the company involved, Gateway Homes UK, dropped the price to £80,000.

Pat Hardy, from Teesside, signed a similar deal with Tom Craven Property.

She had agreed a purchase price of £75,000, but the day before the removal men were due to arrive, they lowered the offer to £40,000.


:smokin

Now we know where the Double Glazing salesmen & Agents went to die.

seems the sellers solicitor wasn't doing his job.

DimPrawn
18th April 2013, 12:25
Now we know where the Double Glazing salesmen & Agents went to die.

seems the sellers solicitor wasn't doing his job.

I suspect these firms are "helpful" and can appoint a solicitor to manage the sale for you "at no extra cost!"

;)

vetran
18th April 2013, 12:36
I suspect these firms are "helpful" and can appoint a solicitor to manage the sale for you "at no extra cost!"

;)

a fool and their money heh?

KentPhilip
18th April 2013, 13:18
Stop Reading the leftie BBC

What is it about this article that strikes you as left-wing?

OwlHoot
18th April 2013, 13:39
What is it about this article that strikes you as left-wing?

The letters, B, B, and C.

vetran
18th April 2013, 14:13
What is it about this article that strikes you as left-wing?

KUATB I'm winding the prawny one up after he piled in against the Daily Heil in the Bricking it thread..