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stevie-d



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Message Posted:
16/02/2009 12:13

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I`ve Been asked for 2000, to recieve my Kocan, is this normal????? seems a bit steep. Could anyone give me any information on this subject.

stevie-d



PIPIE


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16/02/2009 12:27

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We are due for ours no charge except for the normal taxes !!!!!!



gates


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16/02/2009 12:33

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depending on the price of your house but your builder pays the same as you or should also 75% off at the moment dose sound a lot your house must have been valued about 300,000



stevie-d



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Message Posted:
16/02/2009 12:44

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Bought the house in 2004 at 76,000

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gates


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16/02/2009 13:14

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ask your builder for a break down and why it is so much or is it solicitors some of them are worst than the builders



stevie-d



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16/02/2009 13:30

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Thanks for the info, the problem is I`m in uk, lawyer wont reply to e mails builder even worse, coming out in May just trying to find out as much info as possible so I can head them of at the pass.

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Navek



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16/02/2009 14:03

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Hi stevie-d,

Not sure about "so I can head them of at the pass"

But a "Glasgow Kiss" will do the job

Good luck,

Navek



gates


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16/02/2009 15:01

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try and sort out before april as 75% stops then you be better to take an early holliday i am at the moment questioning weather if you can do this in the time limit as the builder had his paymant on his purchase price should you me or any of us have to pay anymore as 75% of is more than his half if you get my meaning going to check it out let you know kirk



stevie-d



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16/02/2009 15:22

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Thanks Kirk your a star.

stevie-d



fire starter


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Message Posted:
17/02/2009 06:11

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steve,

i'm sure you can check with the property tax office to see what is payable. they work it out! sounds far to much to me.



mia100max


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Message Posted:
17/02/2009 16:56

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Builder pays 6.25% taxes & you pay 5% + 3%, the 75% discount is only on the 3%. When we bought our house, the kojan taxes were on the price it cost to build, then they changed it to what you paid for the house. They have now changed it AGAIN to what the house is valued at.

Hope this helps.



PIPIE


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Message Posted:
17/02/2009 19:08

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So what would you pay on a 110,000 build ?



girne 29


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17/02/2009 19:14

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Mia100max



Where did you find out about the change from purchase to valuation .Makes a big saving for us.



witchfinder



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Message Posted:
18/02/2009 02:52

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We have our PTP now how long before Kojan do you think?



stevie-d



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Message Posted:
18/02/2009 10:35

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I`ve now been told the builder want`s us to pay his taxes before we can get the Kocan. NO CHANCE.

stevie-d



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19/02/2009 10:11

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i thought it was on the contract price.

after all the way the market is, if you purchased at say 100k two years ago.

the property may only be worth 80k now.

why would they change it, so that they would recive less not more?



Hippo


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Message Posted:
19/02/2009 10:18

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No its done on the value as assessed!!

or if you bought it for more than th, the contract price

one thing you an gaurente is you will always be on the losing side



jock1



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Message Posted:
19/02/2009 13:28

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A Sticky wicket, stevie.



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