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sticky threadThe rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 09 November, 2010 20:20

Properties on here should be in, or very, very close to, East Dulwich so please state where your property is. If we can't read in your post where the property is we might delete the listing . Unfortunately properties deemed to be outside the area will be removed without warning, we simply do not have time to contact everyone and explain why. Apologies for having to make this a rule but we do waste a lot of time dealing with some people who have issues with this.

Posting titles in CAPITAL LETTERS is an instant removal too.
I really shouldn't have to say this but estate agents are not allowed to advertise here.

Continued non-following of these two simple rules results in a ban, mainly because I get fed up with dealing with the offenders.

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 22 February, 2012 21:46

Hi

You can't remove it but you can edit the text, including the title to say "now let" or "sold" or something similar

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 17 September, 2012 15:54

SE19 and SE26 are too far out the area.

Properties on here should be in, or very, very close to, East Dulwich.

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by patriz 16 May, 2016 09:54

HI,

Is SE24 too far out?

Thank you

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 02 June, 2016 09:41

Yes it is, sorry. Must be the SE22, East Dulwich area.

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Youngrach 09 June, 2016 16:47

Is se23 to far, top of lordship lane?

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by RichardT 16 June, 2016 16:26

Hi,

Sorry if this is an annoying question, but is a flat to rent in SE5 too far away. It is a short walk to East Dulwich (or, at least, it feels short when I do it).

Thanks,

Richard

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Youngrach 25 June, 2016 13:14

Can you let me know if SE23 (the top end of lordship lane) is too far to advertise? Regards

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 30 June, 2016 11:42

SE5 is too big an area to make a judgement, so without more details, it's a no.
Top end of Lordship Lane is fine.

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by claire.is.dono 17 October, 2016 14:17

Hi,
Would Nunhead be too far away? SE15. We are literally right next to the park/Peckham Rye just down the road from Goose Green/Tesco.
Thanks.

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by moved2southwark 03 March, 2017 16:30

Hello could you please tell me if SE15 3EX is ok?
It's literally next to Nunhead Lane which is the continuous road on to Lordship lane (0.9) miles in distance


regards
junior

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by eleanorperry 30 October, 2017 09:14

I have a flat I want to advertise for long-term let, near West Dulwich station - SE21. Is that ok?
Eleanor

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Lyndsey&Murray 21 November, 2017 13:53

Hi, I'm a property photographer, can I promote myself in this section? Thanks

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Administrator 21 November, 2017 14:06

Hi

eleanorperry - Sorry but it's not East Dulwich
Lyndsey&Murray - Sorry, but this section is residential properties in East Dulwich only

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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by bagatellemel February 13, 12:35PM

Hi, Is SE5 8AD too far to post a room for rent please?

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by shot_by_the_sheriff March 27, 03:17PM

Hi,
my flat on East Dulwich Grove (for which I have always found tenants for from here) is now up for sale with Ollie from Winkworths. I know its OK to mention that it is for sale on the forum but is it OK to put a link to the listing at Winkworths in my post ?
Chhers.

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by shot_by_the_sheriff May 31, 05:49PM

Well you may "get fed up with dealing with the offenders" but if you don't reply to a query about a do or don't for 2 months what do you expect people to do ?
I am still unclear of what I have done wrong to p**s someone off but I obviously have because my post has gone.
Well ....

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by citylover June 26, 04:38PM

Where can you praise your estate agents, on the business page? I put a post on the one I use here because last time I posted on this section lots of people were talking about their experiences with the various ones without it being considered a no-no and I haven't been on this bit since then so didn't know there'd been a change in that regard. I don't think it's right to call people 'offenders', when they may just not have known a rule changed.

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by citylover June 26, 04:53PM

Whoops, I see now you moved it to business for me. Thank you, and I promise to read a section's rules for possible updates before posting in future!

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
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sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Jobi September 24, 07:04PM

ROSENDALE ROAD, DULWICH

Part furnished two bedroom flat with central heating
To let, suitable for 2 persons sharing.
£1200 pcm inclusive of water rates
Months deposit refundable
Good, clean, responsible people wanted
No DSS, Professional people only apply
Phone: 07833 664375 / 07960 320862

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Jobi September 26, 06:19PM

Rosendale Road, Dulwich SE21

Part furnished two bedroom flat with central heating
To let, suitable for 2 persons sharing
£1200 pcm inclusive of water rates
Months deposit refundable
Good, clean, responsible people wanted
No DSS, Professional people only apply
Phone: 07833 664375 / 07960 320862

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by shot_by_the_sheriff November 01, 10:25PM

Thanks for removing my post - I'm definitely not the only person using capitals in the title and in fact I didn't capitalise the whole title (unlike some others) only the bit that people were getting mixed up over ie SHORT LET.
Anyway I'll get over it.

sticky threadRe: The rules for the residential section of this forum
Posted by Graceisabelleslie November 13, 08:35AM

Hi There,

I posted about my start up local business (property related) here a few weeks back and I just wondered what the rules are if I wanted to re-post at some point? The reason I ask is that I had lots of views and an enquiry come out of the post at the start but now that it's on the third page it's not being seen.

I'm a very newly started business so this type of free targeted marketing is invaluable to me !

Thanks - I look forward to hearing from you,

Grace


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