posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 04:16 PM
reply to post by Wildbob77
This is the scary bit..there'll be no choice but to apply for government funded housing schemes.
I've been trying for two years to get housed myself.. it just isn't deemed urgent and homeless families(and immigrants,pregnant teens etc) are
Yeah I could get somewhere if I was willing to accept a squalid little hovel surrounded by dealers and scroungers.
It's that bad already..but I have a choice..
Imagine when it's respectable families that have to move into that kind of slum.
How much is that going to affect the breadwinner and cause family friction.?
But when it's either a scummy neighbourhood or the street.
Nothing hits people harder than that reflection of their 'success' dwindling.
It's always harder for the people who have it,to lose it,than for people who had nothing to start with.
I jut saw your last reply.
You sound like you are in a more fortunate position,with a shorter time to go on your mortgage..You can only hope for the best but prepare for the
If you can even get employment which just covers your expenses should the worst happen.. It's much better than the prospect of starting out with no
hope at all and your whole life ahead with no sign of improvement.
I'd take any crappy old job if I knew it was going to see me through the last few years of a mortgage.
If you have land,start thinking about growing/selling veggies for a wee bit extra.