You could do both. Buy a cheaper house that needs some/lot of work doing to it in a dearer location. That way you wont lose money on selling the car, and eventually your house should increase in value and make you money that you could never legally earn in a lifetime.
I have just bought a house. First off the bank told me I had to sell the Mini, but what a difference a month makes I think they forgot about the Mini, And gave me the loan. Sure it will be a bit tight for the next couple of years, but at least I get to keep my Mini
1968 Mk1 Morris Cooper S 1310cc Downton Lake Green - White
1974 Leyland Mini 1098c Country Cream
2008 MINI Cooper S Chilli Pepper White - Black Roof
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