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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • We have a similar problem, just looking for somewhere to rent means paying overlapping rent because landlords won't wait the months notice required when leaving a property.

    On top of that is the ridiculous market in the area - most flats or houses for rent are gone in a couple of days, with agencies expecting decisions the next working day because turnaround is so fast.

    We can't even afford to buy a house within a reasonable distance of where either of us work. Last year house prices went up 23% in the regi
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    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
    • For us the problem is less the mortgage but more the deposit. Rent is so high in London and that makes it incredibly difficult to save enough to have a deposit on a house. By the time you've saved what you initially thought you needed for a deposit the house prices have skyrocketed again and you're forever chasing the target. All the while house prices rise by ~20% a year -- unless you get a 20% pay increase year on year you are getting poorer until you buy that house.

      Remind me again, why am I looking at houses?