I still hold the view, the crash is still in progress in real terms, one way or another prices will hit rock bottom now.
The UK is in such a big mess now, most places are though, too many people, too few resources, too much greed and control at the top.
Nothing lasts forever, maybe we are witnessing the end of the road for Britain as was.
I think we all know on here that since the Banks collapsed things have not been right, they've tricked the masses into thinking things are OK and even have managed to profit from the people who are so thick they actually need protecting from themselves and these unscrupulous c***s. I've said it before and I'll say it again, owning a house is the least of peoples worries now.
I have to say one thing tho, I've made 2 or 3 posts in about 6 months on here after a relentless 10 years and each time Maffo in Oxford, whom i blocked a long time ago has had a dig at me, he seems to be indignant about me post from abroad, does he know that have the internet outside of England?
The man, well maybe not a man, could be an estate agent, must have a serious problem to troll someone who posts ever 3 months
Nothing like showing your hand is there, what an ejit. I'd encourage others to ignore him as well.
He must be a little bitter husk of a man to be trolling after all this time, maybe he can't accept that maybe pwopatee wasnt the thing to be in over the last 10 years, maybe he cant understand that there was a fortune to be made elsewhere and that some ( many on here ) saw it and profited while waiting for the nominal house price crash to come. Though maybe he's now realised.
This house price crash has taken so long and there was so much cash floating about it's made owning a house pointless, dead money, if you didnt grab the magic money tree with both hands then you've not been reading. All that money from those mortgages/levered investments have found their way into some peoples pockets, while some sit in clover others sit in debt. It took so long I found myself at the point there was little point waiting any longer and I didnt have to stay here, no house you see, what a great thing to be actually free.
To troll someone who's cashed in their chips, said ***k the UK and their housing bubble and gone into semi-retirement at least 2 decades early is the sign of a very very very bitter and twisted individual. I have children to think of and clearly tying myself to a massive debt to house them when some other moron was willing to do that on my behalf was ludicrous, all that money tied up, all that lost opportunity and even at 2% mortgage rates, the interest on the payments are BIG just because the buying prices were so big. Best let someone else take that risk. Think of all the rich people who paid £200 for a TV set in 1950s only to find 60 years later you can buy one for £200, shoulda rented.
I wonder how many of those fine Remain supporters are actually people farmers terrified that the BoEs prediction of a house price collapse will happen, believing the bankers was their first and last mistake.
The trolls must be sweating right now, thinking they might lose. Here's the sucker punch....they've already missed out, they just dont realise it yet.
I can hear her try and convince herself that I'm wrong, but I'm not....here's the proof.
My investments and savings post 2007 are way way way above that read line. Meanwhile you've been bailing out bankers. #PMSL.
Thanks for the dosh Fommo in Oxford, thanks ever so much.
Enjoy your houses, while you still have them.