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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Assuming the worst (say, a 9% fall in GDP) what would the best place to buy property to let in the UK be?

    I was thinking Bishops Stortford - pleasant market town with good schools, close to the City, close to Cambridge, close to Stansted (hence 3 possible centres of differing types of employment).

    Any other suggestions?
    Go to Kensington in London and buy a lease from the council for 600 - 700 K for 999 years, you will double your money in no time

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Well even I don't know every single area in the South East
    We don't doubt it, you don't even know your arse from your elbow.

    Seriously though, if you cannot work out for yourself just how to make sensible investments, best just get back to the jobs list your missus has left for you today and stop worrying about grown-up stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    Plenty of pork swords: check
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Intellect as big as a prize pumpkin: check
    ftfy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Assuming the worst (say, a 9% fall in GDP) what would the best place to buy property to let in the UK be?

    I was thinking Bishops Stortford - pleasant market town with good schools, close to the City, close to Cambridge, close to Stansted (hence 3 possible centres of differing types of employment).

    Any other suggestions?
    Aren't you of the view that the city will diminish post-brexit?

    If you want a good yield target Stoke. I'm serious. Check it yourself on rightmove. 50k buys you a 5 year old flat that rents for 400 sterling per month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Penthouse flat above chip shop in Swindon.
    Penthouse because its for W@nkers?
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    ah found it

    Roman house found in Israel covered in phallic amulets* | Daily Mail Online


    Revealed: 1,900-year-old Roman house covered in PENIS-shaped amulets is discovered in Israel
    Archaeologists discovered the remains of a Roman house in Omrit, Israel
    The house was adorned with images of plants and animals
    It probably belonged to a Roman official who was stationed in the area
    On top of the remains, the researchers found several phallic amulets
    These were often worn by the Romans to keep away bad spirits
    should be perfect.
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