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Trying to fend for the family.

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  • Trying to fend for the family.

    At 64 yrs of age circumstances have left me with a Sister five years my senior, forced to sell a dettached bungalow and live in a residential park home, a nephew at aged 40 something living in council accommodation on long term incapacity benefit will little hope of improvement, a 40 something niece in a fragile marriage with no career and a son with socio academic problems, and myself with chronic depression, stress related bowel problems (possibly leading to cancer), and no relevant skills with wich to gain employment at an appropriate level. Sob story over, what I am trying to achieve with severely limited means is a communal residence for all party's, with an appropriate level of autonomy. In brief the largest property at the lowest price, where location, employment level etc. are of secondary consideration. The question is where can I find the cheapest properties in the UK?