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    #16
    I would say that if a couple with a combined income of £80,000 is having issues, then there is something else there that they are not mentioning that would be a factor.

    You say she is looking in a university town in the south, whereabouts is that in case I know someone in the area?

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      #17
      If its Oxford, I'd suggest she looks toward Banbury where there is a bit less pressure, maybe Bicester. Didcot although not my cup of tea might be more likely too.

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