Obsession and regret
Nearly one in five Britons say they made a mistake buying their house and aren’t happy with the deal they have ended up with, a report shows. From buying next to a noisy airfield to paying too much or getting the wrong mortgage, almost 20 per cent of us have a significant regret about our homes, according to consumer watchdog Which? Money. on Facebook
Radio Broadcast in Australia explaining the traumatised society that has been Created by hous price
The Cheating Vulnerability: Fred Harrison, the economist to accurately predicted the last two recessions, discusses his new book The Traumatised Society, delving into how the burden of economic & environmental malaise is stripping society of its rationale through high house prices and how this has happened thoughout history
When America sneezes..
Time to sell your Rightmove shares?
Lots of Data from the BBA
Bank deposits rise as consumers opt to save
They were trying to help QE for Britain!
"Three fraudsters have been jailed for what is believed to be the biggest ever plot to make fake pound coins - after 50,000 false coins were found". "Det Insp Bruce South said: "These three men are organised criminals who were intent on undermining the UK monetary system". Pity someone doesn't arrest the world's Central Bankers too.
Across the pond, a recovery in House Prices
"U.S. house prices rose 7.2 percent in the year through March, the biggest gain since May 2006, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said". "Prices jumped 16.1 percent from a year earlier in the Pacific area, which includes California, Washington and Oregon. In the Mountain region, including Arizona, Colorado and Nevada, the gain was 14.4 percent, the FHFA said. The Middle Atlantic area -- New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania -- had the smallest increase, at 1.6 percent".