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  1. I think the issue is that it is discouraging movement in the market. If is doesn't affect FTBs it will affect second time buyers which will have a knock on affect.
  2. Article Reading this piece it is interesting to see the government re-introducing 17.5 VAT and re-introducing stamp duty. I can only see this having a negative affect on the economy and the housing market.
  3. If unemployment is rising - who will buy the houses? If interest rates rise - who can afford to buy? We still have some way to go IMO and it may be that people buy now, interest rates rise and they default. That could take a couple of years...I can't see house prices shooting up any time soon.
  4. Rise reported in UK house prices http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8073157.stm Can anyone enlighten me on this?
  5. www.propertynews.com/n68t www.propertynews.com/yds8 www.propertynews.com/ttcn www.propertynews.com/w9hk www.propertynews.com/qj49 www.propertynews.com/pv7f
  6. I've noticed a lot of semi-detached houses changing description to detached on PN.com. Is there any valid reason for this?
  7. Reclaimed bricks can also be expensive due to the cost of recovery involved.
  8. So thats household income, that may include 2 or more people including all forms of benefits etc? Are we not meant to be looking at one persons salary? I think it will be a lot less that £22k.
  9. Where did you get the £22k as average salary for NI?
  10. Cheers guys! Interesting to see the Semi-detached properties I'm looking at are £50k above the ratable value.
  11. I've been reading the forum for a few weeks now and frequently come accross people referring to "ratable value" of property. Can anyone tell me how I can calculate this value or know of anywhere this information is held? Thanks. Charlie
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