I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!

It started on Sunday with 12 celebrities being transported to the Australian outback all fighting it out over the next few weeks to win King or Queen of the Jungle.

In the reality TV show these 12 men and women will call home a dangerous camp environment amongst snakes and tarantulas and other living creatures (who can remember when Fatima Whitbread got a cockroach stuck up her nose!) while eating carefully rationed food.

The public get to inflict misery and grotesque bushtucker eating trials on the people they don’t like by voting, basically deciding how the celebrities live, what they do and what they eat.

Many people haven’t lasted the conditions, leaving after a few days and some even a few hours. By announcing ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ they ditch the jungle to stay in the lap of luxury at the 5 star Versace Hotel until the series ends.

The series only lasts 3 weeks so this is temporary arrangement for the celebs, they get to leave and go home and they get paid thousands of pounds to live the experience.

When your clients buy a home it isn’t for the experience, they won’t get paid and they can’t leave to live in a 5 star hotel if they shout the words “I’m a celebrity get me out of here”.

Choosing where to live is an important decision, and Conveyancing Data Services (CDS) offer a whole range of searches to make sure that they won’t find any ‘snakes’, ‘tarantulas’ or any other scary ‘living creatures’ that could cause your clients to stay awake at night.

From Flooding to Mining, Fracking to Wind Farms and HS2 to Underground; Conveyancing Data Services have all the necessary information to give your clients a detailed insight on the property they are purchasing, while reducing your exposure to negligence.

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