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SlawekEdynburg
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02.05.2020, 20:44

Widzę że jest wysyp pustych mieszkań w Edynburgu i ceny jakby spadły, czy ktoś dostał obniżkę na istniejącej umowie albo próbował negocjować..?

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zbytnik
#9103.05.2020, 23:17

No pomijajac juz te sexy, to I tak, kto by sie zmierzyl z takim potencjalem intelektualnym jaki reprezentuje...

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jozek.
#9203.05.2020, 23:18

kijevna,kazdy troche bardziej rozgarniety czlowiek wie ze po tym kryzysie ceny nieruchomosci poleca w dol.

Infidel
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Infidel 12 029
#9304.05.2020, 00:07

Moze wasze. Moja nieruchomosc pojdzie w gore, mam na dzialce zloza ropy

kijevna
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kijevna 17 949
#9404.05.2020, 00:12

jozek - to przeczytaj temat posta - odniosłam sie do aktualnych cen wynajmu i mozliwosci negocjacji ... teraz.

Delirium
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Delirium 14 579
#9504.05.2020, 00:26

kijevna 17 867

#60Wczoraj - 20:40

"Weinstein jednak jest gwałcicielem i molestatorem i kobiety nie kłamały:) I cała masa innych rzeczy ciągle wiszaca na emito:)

I coś tam do tej pustej główki dotarło. Ale fakt, że nie za dużo:)"

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#63Wczoraj - 20:49

"Zapewne byłeś tam i wiesz lepiej, ze Weinstein jest niewinny, sorry, ale sąd stwierdził inaczej"

Nie byłem tam i wiem lepiej: nie jest molestatorem.

Delirium
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Delirium 14 579
#9604.05.2020, 00:26
Delirium
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Delirium 14 579
#9704.05.2020, 00:44

zbytnik 21 857

#72Wczoraj - 21:37

"Standardow kijevna, juz Ci zwracalem uwage na to kilka razy"

A to nie tobie sześć godzin temu przymroziło oko na głównej?

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#69Wczoraj - 18:04

"To nie byl usmiech tylko taki znaczek ;) To znaczy "przymrozenie oka"

Delirium
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Delirium 14 579
#9804.05.2020, 00:45

zbytnik 21 857

#72Wczoraj - 21:37

"poza tym kogo zaorac bo mam z godzinke ?...;)"

Jak widać, na ciebie wystarcza pięć sekund.

harrier
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harrier 9 422
#9904.05.2020, 01:33

Molestor? molestant? molestnik? molescidlo? molescioch? moleszczur?

aaa... nie ma takiego czegos :P

szalony_mustang
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#10004.05.2020, 01:53

Ja mustang jestem po bialej stronie mocy, kijevna jest madrzejsza od Twojej autystycznej.

widze zbytnik, ze skopany tylek wciaz boli ;)

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#10104.05.2020, 13:15

Zartujesz sobie...przeciez ten tlumok o niczym nie ma pojecia, skopac to sobie mogla ogrodek…;)

SlawekEdynburg
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#10204.05.2020, 16:32

https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-8276843/House-...

Shock house price surge for lockdown April, as Nationwide says homes are up 3.7% - but Lloyds forecasts property values will drop 5% this year

Lloyds' central forecast is for house prices to fall 0.7% by 2022

But its severe downside forecast would see 30% wiped off property in two years

Month-on-month property prices rose by 0.7% in April, Nationwide says

On an annual basis, prices have risen by 3.7% to £222,915, figures show

Figures need to be treated with caution as full lockdown impact not captured

EY Item Club thinks house prices will fall by around 5% in the next few months

Kataryna
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Kataryna 3 963
#10304.05.2020, 17:03

Czyli spadnie ale wzrosnie?

SlawekEdynburg
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#10404.05.2020, 17:29

Czyli jeszcze do niedawna rosło ale prognozują spadki.

SlawekEdynburg
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#10505.05.2020, 19:24

Statystyki z Rightmove, nieruchomości na wynajem w Edynburgu

2207 - wszystkie

35 - nowe dziś

24 - obniżony czynsz dziś

SlawekEdynburg
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#10613.05.2020, 19:49

Tymczasem w Anglii...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8315081/Coronavirus-UK-Homes-fl...

Desperate sellers slash prices in battle to sell homes before coronavirus crisis sends prices plummeting by up to 16% - but agents warn deals are continually collapsing amid chaos over viewings

2,150 properties added to RightMove in England, Wales and Scotland in 24 hours as housing market reopens

But prices are now dropping around the country with £300,000 cut off a £5.25m flat in London's Marylebone

Six-bedroom detached properties in Bournemouth and Plymouth have been reduced by nearly 10% today

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick lifted British ban on moving house which was imposed on March 26

kijevna
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kijevna 17 949
#10713.05.2020, 20:18

Ciekawe, że tego spadku o 300K nie podali w formie %.

Balonik w Londynie był bardzo nadmuchany, więc faktycznie mnie nie zdziwi jesli spadki będa tam porzadne - chociaz sadzę, ze też nierówne.

W każdym razie warto się przyglądac poszególnym segmentom, rejonom, dzielnicom, wnioski będa ciekawe:)

SlawekEdynburg
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#10813.05.2020, 20:26

Oczywiście, w Lądku nawet gdyby spadło o 30% to wciąż byłoby drogo dla przeciętnego zjadacza fish&chips.

Delirium
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Delirium 14 579
#10913.05.2020, 20:32

To niesamowita okazja, 6 bedroom detached w Bournemouth poleciało w dół o 10%. Mam chyba jakiś wolny milion czy tam półtora.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11013.05.2020, 20:57

Od czegoś trzeba zacząć :)

Kataryna
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Kataryna 3 963
#11113.05.2020, 23:02

Widzisz Slawek w Anglii dopiero dzisiaj odmrozili wiec nie bylo transakcji. Za to w ciagu jednego dnia zapytania wzrosly o 45%

SlawekEdynburg
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#11213.05.2020, 23:21

45% więcej odwiedzin jak dzień wcześniej, wcale mnie to nie dziwi, niektórzy chcieli sprawdzić czy coś się pojawiło ciekawego.

A w Edynburgu wciąż sporo się pojawia dużych mieszkań na długi wynajem, 3-4-5 bedroomowych, studenckich albo airbnb.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11314.05.2020, 08:17

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8317129/Buyers-demanding-big-di...

Property adviser Henry Pryor said he had four clients who had deals put on hold by the lockdown, all of whom were now seeking 20 per cent off the agreed price, but would likely settle for 5 to 10 per cent.

Kataryna
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Kataryna 3 963
#11414.05.2020, 10:32

Ale to w Anglii nie?

W Szkocji ciezko powiedziec bo rynek wciaz w lockdown'ie...Odmroza to sie zobaczy, najwyzej trzeba bedzie startowac z wyzsza cena wyjsciowa.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11514.05.2020, 10:59

Tak, Anglia... Szkocja nadal zamrożona więc zobaczymy.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11616.05.2020, 11:59

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-52666042

University of Edinburgh under 'serious threat' from pandemic

The financial health of one of Scotland's top universities is under "serious threat" from the coronavirus pandemic, according to its principal.

Prof Peter Mathieson, of the University of Edinburgh, told BBC Scotland annual income could drop by up to £150m.

He said the university may no longer need the scale of buildings and facilities it currently has.

The Scottish Parliament's education committee will hear evidence about college and university funding later.

It will hear from the chief executive of the Scottish Funding Council which pays for the places of Scottish students.

But this is only one source of income for universities. Other sources include the substantial tuition fees paid by students from outside Europe and commercial ventures.

Universities across Scotland fear they could lose out on £500m between them.

Edinburgh, which has an annual income of £1bn, has running costs, including wages, of around £90m a month.

The single biggest challenge for the university is the likelihood of a large drop in the number of students from outside Europe, some of whom pay tuition fees of around £30,000 a year.

The university still does not know how big the drop will be but there have been warnings it could range from a 25% fall to a complete collapse.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11716.05.2020, 12:02

90x12 = 1080, czyli już przed kryzysem byli do tyłu..? No jak zagraniczni studenci nie przyjadą albo rzucą już rozpoczęte studia to będzie kicha.

SlawekEdynburg
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#11818.05.2020, 14:05

Dzieje się...

https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/people/dj-alexander-edinburg...

DJ Alexander: Edinburgh's biggest letting agent says 2008 crash a 'tea party' compared to Covid-19 as around 15 jobs to be cut

Nearly 20 jobs are set to be lost at DJ Alexander, one of the city’s largest letting and estate agents.

One of the Capital's biggest letting agents is predicting a “substantial” fall in rents as the property industry faces up to "the most horrific" set of circumstances he has experienced in 40 years of business.

Between 15 and 17 jobs are set to be lost at DJ Alexander across the company’s three main arms, sales, rental and maintenance, following the end of the government’s job retention scheme, the Evening News can also reveal.

David Alexander, who founded the firm in 1982, said the industry could take “years to recover” from the coronavirus crisis, and said the property market crash in 2008 was a “tea party” in comparison.

He said: “This is the most horrific thing I have gone through in my four decades. The 2008 crash was a tea party compared to this.

“Then there was a crash and then it stabilised. But now, would you want to move house or buy a new house during this? The market could take years to recover and we don’t know if prices will fall.”

The property veteran blamed the influx of former Airbnb properties which he believes will lead to a long-term reduction in rents and the complete freeze of the property sales market for the job losses.

He added: “I would doubt very many people will be looking at moving house at this stage.

“The Airbnb market has collapsed and more people are putting those properties on the long term market which makes the problem even bigger.

“You have a vast number of empty units, there are thousands of properties available and rents are about supply and demand and if you were looking at renting something to day, would you be offering £1,000 if the landlord was asking for it?

“My own thought is that there will be a substantial drop in rents and the Airbnb situation has exacerbated that.”

The jobs lost will come from across the business with Mr Alexander confirming around 17 jobs are likely to be lost from more than 100 employees.

Mr Alexander said there was little he could do but look to three or six months into the future and reduce overhead costs.

He said: “It is what the future holds rather than the last two months. We have managed to make use of the Job Retention Scheme, but we have got to look ahead and see how the business will look in three or six months time. Every business should be doing that at the moment.

“It is a very sombre conversation that we are having to have with some members of staff but the reality is that it is what it is.

“We are looking at other ways or redeploying other people, we are looking at every option that we can. The final figure, I don’t know. It will be sooner rather than later, there is no point keeping someone hanging on.

“Hopefully we will get back to where it was and we can recruit again and some of the people we are letting go, we would be delighted to have them back.

In November, the company received £7m from Santander to help launch their new online property business Apropos, now another potential casualty.

Mr Alexander said: “This has not helped at all. We were three years in the making and just at the time we were ready to go, the whole country is in lockdown.

“It is not ideal but we have just got to get on with it. We have to make sure people are safe but it will come to an end.

“The real difficulty is not knowing how it will end and how things will look in the future.”

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