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Senior Surveyor Working within the social housing sector, studying part time for an honours degree to improve me as a professionalSurveyor
There are two guarantees in this life Births and Deaths.
The bit in the middle is the really interesting part, and the one which baffles us all, if we were honest, for most of our life. There is however three main things we all need, Food, Water and Shelter.
Its the later of these three which defines the people we are the communities we form and the legacy we leave behind for our next generation.
This is the important part !!!!
Investment in property shouldn't just be for the benefit of the bottom line. If you want a bet and are prepared for the risks then choose Black or Red - and hope for the best, eventually you will be a winner.
Property is a longer term investment which should not be dipped into and out of like a bag of sweets, its not only an investment for a return but an investment of the future generations that will seek to use it, invest in it, prosper in it and learn to love it.
Build it right !
Build to last !
Build communities !
More importantly, build the english way. We cant be wrong we have been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years.
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