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Message posted by Leanda72 on 01/4/2013 at 6:15pm
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HI,

MY NAME IS LEANDA.

I AM 41 YEARS OLD.

I AM LOOKING DESPERATLY TO FIND SOMEONE WHO WILL RENT OUT THEIR CARAVAN TO ME ON A LONG TERM BASIS. IM LOOKING FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE, OR EVEN IF IT IS FOR SIX MONTHS,

I AM SINGLE , HAVE NO CHILDREN. 1 VERY WELL TRAINED CUSTOMS SNIFFER DOG, (EX) RESCUE. WHO IS EXTREMLEY CLEAN AND A VERY GOOD BOY.

IT WOULD JUST BE FOR MY SELF.

I AM FULL TIME EMPLOYED. WORKING FOR VIRGIN HOLIDAYS.

I AM LOOKING IN THE CLACTON ON SEA AREA...

I WOULD PREFER ..SEAWICK IF POSSIBLE, BUT I WOULD BE JUST AS HAPPY AT EITHER , HIGHFIELDS, VALLYFARM, HUTLEYS (ALTHOUGH I DONT THINK THEY ACCEPT DOGS) , SACKETTS GROVE, MEADOWVIEW. ANYWHERE IN CLACTON.

I UNDERSTAND SOME SITES SHUT FOR 6 WEEKS + . I WOULD STILL PAY THE FULL RENT FOR THE TIME I AM NOT THERE. THAT IS NOT A PROBLEM.

I CAN AFFORD BETWEEN 550- 600 PCM.

I HAVE DEPOSIT READY AND CAN PROVIDE REFERENCES ID REQUIRED.

IM NOT SURE IF THIS IS AN UNUSUAL REQUEST, BUT I DO KNOW A COUPLE OF PEOPLE THAT ARE DOING THIS

THE REASON I WOULD LIKE TO LIVE ON A SITE, IS FOR A NUMBER OF REASONS.

FIRSTLY, IT IS A CHEAPER WAY OF LIVING.

I LOVE CARAVANS, HAVE SPENT ALOT OF MY LIFE IN CARAVANS ON HOLIDYAS IN WALTON ON THE NAZE.

I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR A MORE PEACEFUL WAY OF LIFE.

I AM A GOOD TENANT, CLEAN , TIDY AND RESPECTFUL.

I DONT KNOW IF THERE ANY OWNERS ON HERE , WHO ARE NOT USING THERE CARAVANS AS MUCH, OR CANT GET DOWN ANYMORE ETC.

IF THIS IS THE CASE, PLEASE WOULD YOU CONSIDER MY PROPOSAL.

IT WOULD BE IDEAL FOR ME, AND AN ADDITIONAL INCOME FOR YOU, AS YOUR CARAVAN WOULD BE RENTED FULL TIME.

THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ MY POST.


Message posted by Highlander09 on 01/4/2013 at 6:28pm
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Good luck Leanda, I hope you find something.

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Message posted by romany girl on 01/4/2013 at 6:40pm
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It may work out cheaper and better for you to buy a secondhand caravan of your own then simply sell it on when no longer required. The problem with a private individual letting out their caravan for gain, is they are then subject to all sorts of red tape regards insurance, landlords regs, and any finace regs they may have outstanding on the caravan, not to mention site rules and regulations that may include subletting of a caravan/pitch which is what an owner occupier would be doing if they didnt own the land the caravan was pitched on. Some sites demand a percentage of any letting fees for each week its let out on hire, and these can be as much as 40% of the rental fee.

If you really want to live the caravan lifestyle, then a large tourer pitched on a long term seasonal pitch, with yourself as the owner occupier, would probably be the best, and probably cheapest way to go.

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Message posted by lyn hathaway on 01/4/2013 at 6:41pm
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hi leanda as david said hope you get something but have you thought if you are willing to pay 5 to 600 pounds per monththats nearly 3500 pounds for the 6 months you can get a caravan for that and theres some decent ones about for that.we got our first one a bailey ranger 500/5 for roughly that and it had been well looked after and we had nearly 5 years of great holidays in it . we only got rid of it as we had some inheritance and we decided on a new van but we got what we paid for it when we put it in part exchange.
another thought have you looked on the sites you are wanting they might have vans for sale this is the best time of year when people do put them up for sale and site fees might even have been paid

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Message posted by TonyC52 on 02/4/2013 at 9:35am
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Lenda - Are you looking for a static caravan to rent? If so you might get a better response in the section of this site dedicated to them.

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Message posted by Leanda72 on 02/4/2013 at 1:12pm
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Thank you David for you help. I would love to buy my own Caravan , but I tried to get the fianance , but I got turned down. 

I dont understan why, because I am workinbg full time and have a fairly good credit rating.

Thank you everyone else for all your replies, I really appreciate it.

Tony .. this may sound thick, but I was looking for the rent section on this site, but I cant find it...lol

Can you tell me where it is... Really how dumb does that sound , sorry lol... but it is a huge site.

Thank you


Message posted by Ang/Ken on 02/4/2013 at 4:23pm
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Although Static Caravans have greatly improved they are not really designed to live in on a permanent basis. Most sites that have statics are holiday parks and if they let people live in them they will be breaking their site license and risk loosing it. You really need to look for residential sites. ie Mobile Homes

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Message posted by Lisa33morgan on 02/4/2014 at 9:11am
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Hi there I have caravan on highfields which now has 12 month
Season our caravan would be free from sept to early march
If you like more info contact me on 07772185146
Kind regards Lisa

Message posted by Tynxuk on 04/4/2014 at 5:57pm
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My inlaws are selling a small 2 bed static on Hutleys (which do allow dogs), whilst I know they won't rent as on the owners only side it is cheaper than buying through Hutleys direct and has a lovely decking which was only built last year. I know Hutleys allow the ground rent (which includes electric) to be paid monthly but unsure of costs without talking to the inlaws, can get more details if you're interested.

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Message posted by Lisa33morgan on 28/4/2014 at 10:38pm
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Hi there I have caravan at highfields clacton for long term let
07772185146 Lisa

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