counting the cost

discounted property prices
I had an email from my bank with a list of “descuentos en vivienda” – property bargains with up to 30% discounts.

Which is all very well, but I actually stopped and read the prices being shown: the “before” and “after” figures, and the alleged percentage discounts.

Of the five properties, only two have the figures calculated correctly.

discounted property advert
A bargain?

It doesn’t exactly inspire me with confidence that they’ll be calculating my interest and bank charges correctly.

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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