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  1. I can only imagine this is a matter of time, what with the Manchester Airport Transformation and HS2 on the way and both 5-10 minutes away...
  2. Just playing devil's advocate, but massive and equally distributed economic growth could lead to dramatic price gains without worsening inequality, so wouldn't be a certainty in mathematical terms at least...
  3. Ah, I didn't know that! So you're a new poster? (Or are you referring to yourself in the third person?) Always read your posts with interest!
  4. I would really like to know what you think the chart says!
  5. Not sure if I'm reading this incorrectly, but how do you reconcile the national YoY increase of 8.5% with the regional YoY increases which are nowhere near this with the exception of the North East?
  6. Interesting - Does UK property lion just look at new listings and not reductions, and does Rightmove take into account reductions?
  7. May I ask - How did you get to the £210 pw benefits figure? Thanks!
  8. UP 0.3% https://www.halifax.co.uk/assets/pdf/october-2020-house-price-index.pdf
  9. 28% drop... https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-77642759.html
  10. Road deaths are 1 in 20,000 in the UK (and not all are driving deaths)
  11. Interesting data which appears to support this; https://www.zoopla.co.uk/discover/property-news/house-price-index-july-2020/
  12. https://www.zoopla.co.uk/discover/property-news/house-price-index-july-2020/ "Housing market activity is at its strongest in five years, according to our latest House Price Index. We look at how buyers are shrugging off recession fears."
  13. Isn't it just that they don't currently have the infrastructure to be able to perform property valuations remotely on a large scale, so have removed high LTV mortgages where this would present a greater risk? Their overall funding and liquidity remains unaffected (for now!), but they don't want anyone to take advantage of the lack of physical valuations and take out a big mortgage on a derelict house?
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