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waitandsee

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  1. Hi, I have just heard that Consa has been banned from the board, why is the site banning people. I know that if I post this as a new post it will not get passed, but it is very concerning. I am sorry to hijack the thread, but this is important no matter what one's personal opinion is of a person What good is a forum that bans people the minute they ask questions I fully expect to be banned now
  2. Consa, I agree, things are different. The stats of the front page are out of date, not all posts get posted. It didn't use to be like that. I think it is beginning to feel iffy to say the least
  3. Well I have been watching and waiting and used to really enjoy this forum, but have been quite disappointed lately. Even though the news items are up to date and extremely interesting, the stats are completely out of date. I am left with the feeling that this would maybe not be the case if there were falls. Funny but that stat thing alone really niggles me as it seems to represent a lack of balance. Also from what I have noticed there is a recent lack of ability for the forum to tolerate opposing views. I personally do not know what is going to happen with the market, but we have decided
  4. HI Just wondering when the latest data from the House price indices will be posted on the front page. Nice new design btw, but I do like to see the latest month's data on the front Cheers
  5. Not sure why but the house price to earnings ratio graph seems to stop at 2004. Does anyone know why? http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/house-pri...rash-graphs.php
  6. Thank you for your post, we are in nearly exactly the same position, bought for 240K in early 2003. Spent a happy two years there and sold recently for £249,950 (house was on for £260K) Lost a bit of money after fees, but as it is right up against the stamp duty limit we took 249K. We sold to move areas, rather than just to rent. I agree with you, there is something very different between renting and owning. Also I hope normality strikes soon but am becoming less convinced. I have become hypervigilant and a piece of house price news can be a bit like a mood altering drug. I have turned i
  7. Yes, and how about looking in the phone directory for people with silly names and ringing them and laughing? Anyway here is a house, bought in June 2005 for £360 up £20K in under 3 months That did annoy me, no wonder volumes are down but apparently some prices are going up. Here is what I would be tempted to send them http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/reale...ate-headlines-1 American and a bit soft on those asking too much but still..........
  8. Hi Housey, Thanks for the post. I too have been nearly banned from talking about house prices. Particularly hard to keep to when a nice article comes along Hmm On the point of your girlfriend's cousin. I sympathise, but then again it is entirely her choice and her responsibility.
  9. Come on Enoch, get off the fence and don't beat around the bush
  10. What a difference a year makes. EA news from August 04
  11. There are also many stories of brown envelopes changing hands at local planning meetings with backhanders, that is a real shame I think, especially as generally the big developers have little interest in providing decently sized gardens and seem only interested in the greatest possible square footage on the least possible land
  12. Interesting article http://news.ft.com/cms/s/930e16d2-1be7-11d...000e2511c8.html
  13. Ah yes, you mentioned this last September I think, http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...?showtopic=1042
  14. £100K for an ex public toilet, Feeling flushed, it's enough to drive you round the bend http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-887...pa_n=1&tr_t=buy
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