houseman wrote:I think I'll settle for the babas. They don't bite or crawl over you at night!
Drat! There goes another of my Grab-A-Granny fantasies....
Stone wrote:I was browsing eBay these days and i found some very very appealing properties for , least to say, reasonable prices.
Rocky wrote:The question is are buyers stark raving mad to agree to terms like this:-ebay listing wrote:
All property must be paid for within seven days of the auction closing, if you do not agree or are unable to pay for the property then please do not bid. Payment is by direct IBAN to our Bulgarian account (XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX LTD). Failure to pay for the property within seven days will result in a second chance offer being given to the second highest bidder or the property being sold offline.
Legal action will and has in the past been taken against non paying bidders in order to recover the listing fees and resources we pay to advertise this property. No timewasters please. You have time to ask all your questions and inspect any documents before bidding.
houseman wrote:Great post Hoowster! Informative and factual, just how I like them.
I have never thought about buying a forest in the NW; mmm.. tree house maybe? But even there you'd have 2 legged visitors, not to mention the 8 and 80 legged kind!
No, I think I'll settle for the babas. They don't bite or crawl over you at night!
Why trust them? You don't have too. All REMs are supposed to do is show you the property. Where is the trust in that?Hoowster wrote:I guess the problem is down to trusting Estate Agencies
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