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I'm now a Chartered Surveyor by profession which means I have many years of experience in maritime, marine and commercial land surveying, which is why my job is so rewarding.
For now I'm just a chartered Surveyor, but when I move out of the City I will be working as a Chartered Surveyor for the first time in my life.
As it turns out, I've a little bit of money to give back to the city. My son is being given this £60,000 to buy a home in Surrey. I've got an offer that could be extended to £300,000 to buy my house and a new job in London.
I've always been a big supporter of my family, with my wife having lived in my uncle's house and her uncle giving me her brother's number on the house he has been renting for the past 50 years (her son is from Surrey). It's a very small, small home, with a lot of trees and lots of people to see. My son is in the first place because he's been doing all the schoolwork for the past three years and I'm making a bit of a living out of it.
I'm hoping to be able to do this for my son, but I'm not sure what I'm going to do about it. The current situation is that I won't be able to do it for his future. He's the eldest, and he's had a lot of trouble with his parents because of his early age and his mother's illness. He's going to have to deal with that, but he's going to be fine. I'll certainly have to work on him again, but that's not an option.
I was lucky enough to have a chance to meet with some of my fellow chartered surveyors and see some of the work they do. They've been great, and I'm very grateful for their advice. I've had a very good time.
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