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Discussion in 'The Buying & Selling Process' started by skater, 27th Sep, 2015.

  1. skater

    skater Capitalist Premium Member

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    Somebody just shared this on my Facebook feed. So funny!
     
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    Please please share which suburb this was!
     
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    If you are going to be shocked by lots of people in your house, sitting on the toilet is the safest place to be.
     
  5. skater

    skater Capitalist Premium Member

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    Sorry, I have no idea.
     
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    he he ....
     
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    Note to self: Hire people to take dumps in every toilet of an open home to decrease level of competition.
     
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    Scott No Mates Well-Known Member

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    Who was on the lease? Loo, Lou, Lou-weez & Lulu?
     
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    And would you then buy once that competition has decreased...there is a reason why it's decreased..:)
     
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    Take dump in house you're looking to buy to scare buyers off lol
     
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    And don't flush:p
     
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    HAHA that's gold :)
     
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    Omg thats the best! I think its just courtesy to knock on the doors if you know people are home, especially in the bathrooms

    I cant stop laughing, best open inspection story. I will be sharing this!
     
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    Wasn't that a Datto trick? I know someone on the forum has employed that tactic.
     
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    I will be employing mates to be fake drug addicts and drunk troublemakers to turn anyone off houses I'm looking at from now.
     
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    You're assuming the dump was in the toilet....
     
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    Hilarious Skater! :D

    Won't be surprised if this is in Sydney CBD. There were several buildings in Sydney where a lot of these things happened. Some apartments are filled to the max that tenants are using swimming pool's bathrooms for daily showers and such!

    We actually rented an apartment once $200pw cheaper from market price because of previous similar issue! There were 11 people apparently living at the place before us and completely destroyed the unit - it had to be repainted, re-carpeted, some electric and even all the built-in changed. The landlord was a very nice old lady and she was just so happy when introduced to us by the agent (we rented our previous apt via same agent and had great relationship with her). When she knew that there would only be 3 of us living in the place, she gave us a very special rent to get us moving in.