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what stuff do you ship back and what do you sell?

Old Jan 20th 2009, 10:32 am
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Originally Posted by rocme
Thanks everyone for your replys.
I've also been looking on the website www.rightmove.co.uk and some of the propertys that I would be interested in (or could afford) would not fit half my stuff ;particularly my fridge/freezer.Also I agree that I don't think electrical stuff travels so well.I haven't looked at shipping costs yet but I'd say it would be around the $9000 mark which is a lot of money to spent if half of it has to remain in storage....ummmm... so much to think about
Rocme, when you say you fridge/freezer won't fit in the properties, is that beacuse of height or width?
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Old Jan 20th 2009, 10:32 am
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Default Re: what stuff do you ship back and what do you sell?

Originally Posted by rocme
Thanks everyone for your replys.
I've also been looking on the website www.rightmove.co.uk and some of the propertys that I would be interested in (or could afford) would not fit half my stuff ;particularly my fridge/freezer.Also I agree that I don't think electrical stuff travels so well.I haven't looked at shipping costs yet but I'd say it would be around the $9000 mark which is a lot of money to spent if half of it has to remain in storage....ummmm... so much to think about

It's stairs and doorways you have to think about. How many times have the Brits bought big sofas from British stores only to find on delivery that they won't fit through the front door. Until you know where you'll be living, it's probably best to just take your essentials.
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