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Author Topic: House price crisis  (Read 853 times)

There is a general house price crisis in many parts of the UK, not just London, although of course there are also some 'cold spots'. There is less 'social housing' than there used to be. How does this affect our hobby, especially with the availability of British ladies opening up their homes to us?

Sergei and his mates will always manage to rent apartments which are of course brothels, but I am asking this more with an eye to home-grown ladies 'working' alone or with a friend. There seem to be very few in parts of greater London suburbs for example, and in the SE and other great cities.

HP
« Last Edit: April 03, 2016, 11:31:04 AM by Horizontal pleasures »

i can see your point HP....

However the amount of new budget hotels being or have been built in the last few years probably means this wont be an issue as long as you dont mind doing your poking in them


i can see your point HP....

However the amount of new budget hotels being or have been built in the last few years probably means this wont be an issue as long as you dont mind doing your poking in them

Hotels?
I cannot see the type of lady I like booking a hotel, too risky if they do not have many gentlemen callers or are not sufficiently sophisticated. The most ladies I have seen in hotels have been imported by Sergei and until arriving at the postcode I sometimes did not even know it was a hotel  eg Pinner/Harrow, Heathrow, Stratford E.
« Last Edit: April 03, 2016, 11:50:12 AM by Horizontal pleasures »

What I can see of most cities aside from London is a plethora of "luxury apartments" still getting built (do any developers build normal apartments anymore???) but I don't think there's sufficient demand from genuine tenants or buyers for them cos they're too pricey so many are destined to become shady short term lets or rented out to iffy sorts by desperate buy to let owners or letting agents. Amazing how many former churches, office blocks, industrial units and warehouses are getting made over into flats when most sensible people don't want to live in boxes piled on top of each other paying rip-off service charges on top of exorbitant rent/mortgage. Overall, I can't see there being much shortage of places that can be used as premises by WGs. Obviously, London and SE is a rule unto itself though.


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