New UK property forum


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phil_calver

Hello,

I've just set up a UK property discussion forum at www.ukcrib.com.

It's intended as a place to discuss anything relating to UK property,
including buying, selling, buy-to-let, investing for pensions etc.

Share your advice, stories, comments and opinions with others...

Please check it out if this interests you!

Many Thanks
 
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Daytona

Hi Daytona,

I set up www.ukcrib.com as an alternative to the other forums out
there (i.e. to provide more choice)
The generally acknowledged problem with the internet is that there is
too much choice.
and to provide a simple, clutter-
free approach
You can't get much simpler and clutter free than the TMF forum. I
think by splitting the your forums into so many subforums that you've
cluttered your website up.
to discussing all matters relating to UK property buying
in particular (not just investing).
Which happens on TMF......

As you can tell, I can't see the point of launching yet another forum
that offers less than the existing forums.

Daytona
 
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martin_pentreath

As you can tell, I can't see the point of launching yet another forum
that offers less than the existing forums.
Come on, he wants to make some money out of it! What you you really
mean is that you can't see the point of visiting it, which is fair
enough.

Having just moaned about the housepricecrash website on another
thread, the bloke who set that up years ago did so in the hope that a
crash was about to come along and his website would be all zeitgeisty
and worth a fortune. In fact the crash didn't materialise, but he
still sold the site to Fubra for a tidy sum a couple of years back
because of the traffic generated by the hopefuls and the zealots. So
(in the interests of making money) perhaps Phil should try to give his
website a slant which will attract a certain type of property person,
and which the unfolding of events may make a lot more relevant. Don't
ask me what though.

Cheers!

Martin
 

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