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London areas - where to buy?

edited 5 February 2014 at 5:52PM in House Buying, Renting & Selling
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    I was also perplexed as to where i should look for renting a property, but then i took help from Exclusive Rentals(erpropertymanagement.com). They are experts in the London, Ontario market

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  • I am thinking hammersmith but hear the price rise150k. In a year
    I feel I should buy a 600k 2 bed flat as was left some money for a deposit any ideas on what you would do
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    I am thinking hammersmith but hear the price rise150k. In a year
    I feel I should buy a 600k 2 bed flat as was left some money for a deposit any ideas on what you would do

    Buy a large semi in Bromley (Bickley, bromley south, west wickham, hayes and beckenham) with a large garden for £600k. Very nice area to live in, good shopping scene, good schools and under 30mins to London depending on the station you choose.
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