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Liquidity Squeeze/ Rent

Old Nov 4th 2019, 3:56 pm
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Default Re: Liquidity Squeeze/ Rent

Originally Posted by UKCityGent
Surely you are joking ?

Never heard of such a thing
Get on youtube. Loads of vids of folk trying them out.
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Old Nov 4th 2019, 5:17 pm
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Default Re: Liquidity Squeeze/ Rent

Originally Posted by UKCityGent
Surely you are joking ?

Never heard of such a thing
No man.

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Old Nov 26th 2019, 4:09 pm
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Default Re: Liquidity Squeeze/ Rent

Originally Posted by UKCityGent
Surely you are joking ?

Never heard of such a thing
Originally Posted by Scamp
No man.

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Bit awkward...was kind of hoping for an update that you'd bought them and I'd changed your life and continued to be one of the greatest humans ever. Possibly award winning stuff you know...
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Old Nov 27th 2019, 7:48 am
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Default Re: Liquidity Squeeze/ Rent

Originally Posted by Millhouse
I've just had the most strange negotiation with my landlord.

I currently pay 140k, one cheque. Everyone else around me pays around 160k but I do see new adverts at 150k - I was lucky last year on price. The guy before me paid 192k.

I had agreed 140k, two cheques for the renewal about a month ago. I couldn't be bothered to negotiate the price at the time as I'm roughly in-market and so just went for payment terms. Anyway, I just got a text from the agent asking what discount would I need for one cheque. I offered 133k, one cheque and it was agreed immediately.

This means two things: 1) the landlord has liquidity issues, 2) I could have gone lower!
The Market decline is pegged at -12% avg. why pay +10k?
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