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A friend is considering buying a house nearby, but you have decided to leave the area due to a rise in crime.

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A friend is considering buying a house nearby, but you have decided to leave the area due to a rise in crime.

Write a letter to your friend advising them not to move into the neighbourhood. In your letter:

  • Recommend that your friend not go ahead with the purchase
  • Give the reasons behind your decision to leave
  • Suggest possible alternative areas that you know

 

Dear Susan,

I hope you are doing great. Last Sunday, I received your letter in which you mentioned that you have planned to buy an apartment in Springs Town where I currently reside.

I would not recommend you to purchase any property in this area. As this area is located away from the city, the crime rate is much higher due to low population density. The burglars often steal belonging from people’s houses when they are away.

The primary reason why I want to leave this area is that, a fortnight ago, my house was raided by burglars, and they stole cash and other expensive antiques from my house. Therefore, I do not feel safe in this area.

I insist that you must look for properties at Waterfront and Canal Town. I know that owning a house in these areas is a bit expensive. However, they are much more secure to live because of closed-circuit cameras are installed on every street corners. I hope you find my suggestion beneficial.

I am looking forward to seeing you soon.

All the best,

Mike Smith.

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