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Independent ... Property crash inevitable


haroldshand

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With a crooked smile

Next general election needs to be called within 2 years. I suspect the government will throw something at the housing market to keep plates spinning a little longer.

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haroldshand
9 hours ago, Lightly Toasted said:

"Brexit will make it all worse..."

They simply can't help themselves, can they? :D

I nipped over to ToS over the weekend and you can at last see signs that their massive Brexit thread is easing off with the exception of a couple of their diehards, but they will be going for another decade at least. But to be fair to them they have already given up on a house price crash manta so they do know when they are beaten, eventually;)

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Axeman123

Some more bear food:

The Telegraph: "How falling house prices will hit your Isa"

(falling house prices treated as a done deal in the headline!)

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/falling-house-prices-hit-isa-100933646.html

The Gaurdian: "Britain could fall into recession this summer, say experts"

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/britain-could-fall-recession-summer-110912802.html

 

 

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spygirl
2 minutes ago, Axeman123 said:

Some more bear food:

The Telegraph: "How falling house prices will hit your Isa"

(falling house prices treated as a done deal in the headline!)

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/falling-house-prices-hit-isa-100933646.html

The Gaurdian: "Britain could fall into recession this summer, say experts"

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/britain-could-fall-recession-summer-110912802.html

 

 

How in fuck can they make that conclusion?

Any fall in bank share prices is nothing compare to the fall after 2008 - or insolvency.

 

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haroldshand
On 18/04/2022 at 14:12, Axeman123 said:

Some more bear food:

The Telegraph: "How falling house prices will hit your Isa"

(falling house prices treated as a done deal in the headline!)

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/falling-house-prices-hit-isa-100933646.html

The Gaurdian: "Britain could fall into recession this summer, say experts"

https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/britain-could-fall-recession-summer-110912802.html

 

 

On the whole though and apart from having some really moronic articles the DT is still up there with the top house price rampers. I actually read an article in there a couple of weeks ago from that daft property bint saying  that a massive fall in house prices "wouldn't technically make house prices cheaper for many" and then went into this completed affordability model based on mortgage availability and wages and cost of living crisis etc etc where there was a 10% element of truths.

But the simple fact is millions would jump for joy at the crashing of the property market regardless of their own personal  hardships

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