Myth-busting – Electrical Safety installations Act 202011:19 AM, 3rd August 2020
About 2 weeks ago 84
Apparently “shades of grey” now means something different to what it meant a year or so back. I chuckled when I read a comment left on this forum last week by a landlord who suggested it was the hair colour changes an average male landlord experiences when dealing with his first tenant from hell.
This made me think, as a bit of fun, what else might 50 shades of grey relate to in our industry?
Here’s a few to get you started:-
I’m sure your comments will be far more amusing than my suggestions so see below and see whether you can do better that your fellow landlords and letting agents.
If you have any property based stories which relate to this title please also share those. I know one of our readers has an email blog about a professional dominatrix who lives in the same block as he lets a property in. I’m hoping he will share some of those stories. If he offers you an opportunity to be part of his mailing list, please be aware that the content and especially the pictures are of an adult nature.
When I was looking to buy a house in Florida I visited one which was a repossession, or a foreclosure as they call it. The Realtor didn’t tell us before we arrived that one of the rooms had been converted to being a dungeon! Sorry to disappoint but that was not the one I purchased LOL
To all Landlords and Letting Agents with an IQ of over 50 – please test those grey cells of yours and let’s see who can come up with the most witty comments.
I’m looking forward to reading your comments below.
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