posted 11 Sep 2018 21:54, edited 11 Sep 2018 21:54
Key to property ownership:
Be a man in a studio apartment in Stussy and blazers who works in a sneaker store. tick.
Spend all your money on clothes. tick
Become a stylist and buy an innner london house, do a full reno and deck it out in the set from Sprockets all within a year. Get everything custom done from the kitchen to the back fence. tick
Build a chair for fun. tick.
You're now a successful property owner with no help from parents. Well done motherfucker.
12 Sep 2018 13:29
once the line is electrified, bath and bristol prices going to shoot up even further too
12 Sep 2018 16:36
Should I wait until after brexit before deciding to buy at £300k flat in tottenham? Or is the whole brexit / property thing a myth?
12 Sep 2018 17:15
No one actually knows but most of it is to do with confidence in the economy, so probably not ideal right now because shit is going to be bleak.
29 Oct 2018 17:52
Anyone here an estate agent? Or can offer any advice, I’m currently going through an absolute nightmare with some that I’m buying through..
29 Oct 2018 18:04
I’m a surveyor, drop me a pm
15 Dec 2018 16:54
Yes, go for 2nd viewing with builder - firstly it'll get the estate agent on the back foot and all the builders I know (my late dad included) will not usually pass up the opportunity to give a quote.
Re. 1980s - I'd look at roof and plumbing personally.
Flat or house?
15 Dec 2018 17:15
Cheers! Both are 1980s mid terraces - one of them was built in 1987. I read that with 1980s I need to check if the external walls have cavity insulation and that generally the soundproofing between 1980s terrace houses aren't as good as say pre-war built ones?