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  1. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/house-prices-fall-housing-market-rics-survey-april-a8343561.html
  2. Blooman

    Land registry UP again 0.4%

    Spot on, although something I have noted is that sales are taking much longer to go through and have been for some time. I am seeing them take 5 months at least now, not sure if this is because of online agents who do not push the sales through or just because buyers are getting nervous and giving themselves more time.
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    big drop examples

    i have a sale that has gone through for you all. A cool 1 million drop from start to completion http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-43978389.html?premiumA=true
  4. Blooman

    Capital Gains Tax and MEWing

    https://www.ft.com/content/9efa9f2a-833a-11e7-a4ce-15b2513cb3ff Have a read of this, is one way. The other is if you were paying tax on your BTL then the final year you stop should contain a payment of CGT. That is the only way you can stop making payment.
  5. Can you tell me if it was sold previously? Tell me the year and i can try and help you out.
  6. i think i saw a stat when the ONS came out that 405 properties sold above 1 MIl last month, 305 of those in London and there were 27,000 listed on RM at the moment. Not good odds for your colleagues.
  7. Blooman

    Hatfield / Welwyn Garden City

    Hi Aerobubbles, I am afraid to say that that is not correct in WGC. there are 164 for sale in WGC, but add in sstc and that jumps to 428 so a 60% under offer and in the area I am looking not 1 house for sale and missed out on some as bidding against 100% cash lost 3 like this. I have to buy as my wife is already not happy with renting and she is just not prepared to wait and although i can show her evidence elsewhere i cannot in WGC. It's so frustrating from my perspective.
  8. I think this one is interesting to watch http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-48562848.html as one completed in Feb at exactly the price that this place is on for now. It is Clapham, "between the commons" and only 67 sq ft smaller than the one that sold. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/detailMatching.html?prop=61432850&sale=54792155&country=england when it completes will give us an idea of actual falls, in the mean time if it comes down any more we can already see the % reduction.
  9. Blooman

    The Bank Of England Clueless Thread

    Hi Count, I would not be so sure as 1 of the voters is leaving this month. One of the hawks on the MPC, Kristin Forbes, attended her last meeting, so will not be present when the committee gathers again in August. The Treasury needs to fills two vacancies, one for the deputy governor for markets and banking and another for an external MPC member.
  10. this is not just raising rates as they issued this addendum as well https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/pressreleases/monetary20170614c.htm dont have time to read it all as yet, but think they are withdrawing their QE slowly. We had a taper tantrum last time they tried to withdraw these funds, she (yellon) also said last time that withdrawing was also like putting up rates as well.
  11. caveat emptor - he needed to make you aware that he wanted them fixed during the sale. I am surprised that the solicitor would send them on. I have assumed that all of these things were there when he saw the property, if however any were done between exchange and completion then you have a duty to report them. But then he would have insurance on the property as is his duty at point of exchange, tell him to use it.
  12. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-48487776.html Terrible yield as well 4.7%
  13. June the 14th is the date of next Fed rate. odds just went to 94% from 70%, but we have a lot of numbers to get through first
  14. you need trading standards as it is false advertising and it carries a fine of £1500 - £5000 per board plus court costs
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