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Soon my pretties

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  1. This is great - keep em coming! Make sure the wiki's updated and we'll get "hpc press release" on quality of Northern Rock's loan portfolio in light of today's auction results!!!!
  2. Great...this would give opportunity to single out the Thamesmead development featured in Panorama and show that London is currently stronger than the rest of the country. Today should show how bad it has got outside the M25. Press Release should be from HPC - whoever is in charge? Do we have a leader?
  3. This is the part I've been waiting for. London prices (apart from some of the crap) are still stronger than the rest of the country. Not saying they should be just that they are at present. This will change by early Summer when the increase in activity associated with Spring fails to materialise. We should see some big falls today...I'd expect 20-40% down on previous with the exceptions being properties particularly desired by homebuyers. The serious investors at recent auctions have been putting in low low bids then walking away. Only amateurs and homebuyers were bidding at higher levels. Get the data ready for press release this afternoon....on the back of Northern Rock this is going to be VERY timely. HPC should be on the main News channels tonight if we get the data they need to demonstrate how incredibly risky nationalising NR has been.
  4. Please see my post...http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=67887 I think it's worth us focussing on this puppy coming up next week....by getting the previous sales data for this we can be prepared AND issue a HPC press release afterwards. Round Two is the week after so we could even see if we had an effect
  5. Good plan! Unfortunately I'm not a techie, Im the trouble starter, f*ckin instigator. Im the fear addicted, danger illustrated. Im a firestarter, twisted firestarter. I'm actually a terribly nice chap...but this economic mess is starting to really get my goat.
  6. Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the jungle, We got fun 'n' games, We got everything you want, Honey we know the names, We are the people that can find, Whatever you may need, If you got the money honey, We got your disease.....UK property repossessions. Here's the link to the catalogue of doom: http://www.auction.co.uk/default.asp?Auction=R Let's get the best land reg comparables we can find preferably the previous sale prices of these properties. Then a few doughty house price crashers can go down to the Cafe Royal and watch the new sale prices. We could bring a picnic, anyone for Pimms? We could even voxpop the buyers and non-buyers at the event to get some choice quotes... Once we've got the previous and sales data we can produce a lovely little press release....and circulate it widely amongst our friends, family, MPs and of coure the meejah. Who's in? All you need to do is add to this thread some of the "previous sales prices" for each Lot....then we've got the data needed to firmly make our point that the great british house price scam is well and truly over.
  7. keep the upcoming lots previous sales figures coming in!
  8. I'm in the room. Can you give some comparables of lots in advance. Will give a report later on reactions. Mostly muppets seem to be buying.
  9. Are you kidding? Its called a house price crash! Right...I've had enough of watching this online. I'm up the road from the auction so going to pop down there and see what the atmosphere/chat is like in the room. Anyone else fancy meeting down there? Nr. Piccadilly Circus.
  10. Isn't it marvellous to see the markets finally responding properly to rate cuts. Banks cut rates is because they see bad times a coming. This is the first day I can remember in years where the FTSE and sentiment as shown by this auction is negative rather than positive after a rate cut. Normalcy could be returning....in which case house prices will fall 40% in real terms and the FTSE will be go to about 2500 (although I'm tempted to hold out until it dips below 2000).
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