Help not to be repossessed

City A.M.: Interest rate hikes risk a household debt crisis if we don’t act now

A "help not to be repossessed" scheme? I wouldn't bet against it

Posted by mountain goat @ 11:18 PM 2 Comments

An interesting one for the Homeowenerists...

Telegraph: BBC drives biggest rise in house prices

What to say? It's absolutely fine for idle landowners to trousers billions from CrossRail, but what if the source of the unearned windfall is that enemy of capitalism, the BBC?

Posted by mombers @ 02:22 PM 1 Comments

Step by step guide to being a landlord

Commercial Trust: Step by step guide to being a landlord

Being a landlord is about much more than just buying a property and sticking some tenants in to pay the rent – it’s about providing someone with a home and making sure that home is safe and suitable for the person living there.

Posted by amelia @ 01:10 PM 1 Comments

Is this a sign of a crash?

MoneyWeek: What Foxtons' share price tells us about the London property market

Foxtons, the famously bullish London estate agent, has seen its share price fall to a 52-week low. That doesn't bode well for the capital's house prices.

Posted by andrew.williams @ 12:17 PM 0 Comments

BoE idiot extends UK boom in debt, and then claims economy is fixed.

Independent.co.uk: Paul Fisher: ‘The Bank delivered the recovery’

'Mr Fisher also argues that QE, along with the Bank’s Funding for Lending Scheme which subsidises credit to banks, were responsible for the recovery that finally kicked in last year.' ----- Yes, an a debt driven recovery at that. It's just a strategy to hide a bankrupt country.

Posted by hpwatcher @ 09:33 AM 2 Comments

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