i think it's just in the nature of british people - they're very funny about houses and perceive houses nearly always as a home and not an asset. this is not helpful when the house in question isn't your home but a buy-to-let / buy-to-improve-and-sell-quickly!!!
yet another example of why the british people shouldnt be allowed to vote - thick mongs.
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