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  1. This +1. P.s. @Speed1987 - The bit in blue I highlighted, whilst this forum obviously has it share of (now dimishing) rampers/HPI bulls, you're actually delusional IMO, and your posts about people not using gas/electricity is just another example of said delusions.
  2. You've posted this multiple times and it's confused me, are you actually inferring people are willing to freeze themselves so that they can save money on bills to then buy a property/move up the ladder?
  3. I was wondering about this too. As we've noticed The Telegraph newspaper and other media outlets have become incredibly bearish of late. It reminds me of bulletin boards of company shares, where de-rampers post and slam the company in question to try and talk the share price down, for said posters to only then go and buy when the buy price becomes cheaper. It feels like some really want to talk house prices down, almost (dare I say it) excessively. And then swoop when prices have crashed. Are their any MP's involved with the Telegraph etc? Also it would benefit the likes of Lloyds if prices crashed, they're trying to do a BlackRock aren't they?
  4. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/05/15/dont-surprised-house-prices-drop-20pc/ Don't be surprised if house prices drop 20pc Our combination of high interest rates and a weak economy is deadly for the housing market
  5. Lol... brilliant. The meeting for that article must have gone something like that for sure. But that "buy the peak" article must be one of the most stupid hpi articles ever written.
  6. Should I sell my home now if house prices are at their peak? Those with houses on the market are racing to accept offers before prices fall https://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/uk/should-sell-house-prices-peak/ (Probably worthy of its own thread! P.s. have hpc.co.uk become guest editors of the Telegraph or something?)
  7. The bank knocked £35,000 off the price we agreed: Mortgage lenders put the brakes on runaway house prices with a surge of down valuations https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-10802237/Lenders-brakes-runaway-house-prices-Surge-valuations.html A house is only worth what a bank is willing to lend you for it. Tick tock bitches.
  8. No. My point was you're asking for evidence, yet you make far more exaggerated, barely believable sweeping claims (on the bull side) as per the pic I attached, but you never ever back up your wild statements with any evidence. So it's a bit rich you asking for evidence from someone else about their post.
  9. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaaha!! Like you ever provide evidence for your sweeping ramping bulls**t statements that you post all the time, and post them like they are pure facts (see pic). Tell you what, why don't you provide some evidence for your statements a change? Is it because you can't? Is it because you make it all up? Yeah...thought so.
  10. Interesting question...are the landlord registries directly linked to HMRC?
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