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What sort of property are you looking to buy?

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  • What sort of property are you looking to buy?

    Ideally, I'm personally looking out for an older property with character - an old Victorian semi or detached, or a traditional farmhouse or similar.

    Looking at the way the property market has been developing, I think all of these options are pretty much removed from what I'll actually be able to afford, which is a shame.

    Anyway, what type of property are you looking for?

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    Ideally, detached, but I'd probably be quite happy now with a Victarian semi.

    Even still, they are fast going out of my price range.

    I'd ideally love a nice big 5-bedroom detached Tudor villa...and what frustrates the hell out of me is that the huge surge in house prices means I could maybe have bought before the housing market boom, but not now.

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    • #3
      right now i'm in search of apartments to be rented out since i'm intending to invest in them and from the income, buy a property which will be my permanent house. i hope to achieve this goal by late next year since i'm still starting with my savings.

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      • #4
        Im on the lookout for a little cottage in the country side at the right price!
        These little cottages cost a fortune and sometimes cost more than town houses!
        So maybe I think I'll get one at retirment age!

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        • #5
          If I am to buy a property, it will be spacious land. I'd really like to have a small house yet some fruit trees all around for my retirement. If in the city, a house with a garage and in the commercial area will do fine for me. I want to do business at home and not rent another space for business purposes alone.

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          • #6
            Same. I would love something like a cottage in the country that is not too far from the city, and as a great landscape, and also has a couple rooms.

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            • #7
              Nice big Georgian mansion. Or a castle. I'm not fussy. Not realistic either.

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