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eric bosloor answered kay p's question

There is no specific answers to this question as you would already be aware of, the property market is ever fluctuating depending on the economical state as well. Hence, it could be hard to sell it now but it might be better in a few months' time? It depens on your luck as well to … Read more

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eric bosloor answered Jann Nikka Nichols' question

More space is always welcomed in my personal opinion. However, more room would also mean more things and when this happens, more cleaning and tidying would need to be put in place in order to ensure the area remains neat at all times and no clutter is formed.

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eric bosloor answered Drue Beall's question

I have seen plenty of articles covering personal features of families who live in tiny houses and I am totally awed by them. This type of houses require genuine creativity and careful organizing techniques in order to ensure all necessities are being met within that confined space. After all has been done, they can even … Read more

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eric bosloor answered

A spite house is one that is intentionally built by developers to spite or annoy landowners within the same vicinity. This is often triggered by a previous disagreement between the two parties during their discussion of the possession of the land deeds for the specific area.

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eric bosloor answered

Firstly, there is obviously a major difference in size. When you have more space, you will have enough room to accommodate each and every single one of your needs and others living in the house with you. However, it would also mean that you will have a high tendency of owning more items which could … Read more