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Pebbles

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  1. I do care about immigration and so do others I speak to it dives down wages an requires new homes to be built. Unfortunately we have had 10 years of people saying anyone who complains about is I racist and xenophobic as the world has gone more politically correct. Look at the remain argument when farage targeted immigration in the Brexit debates.
  2. Immigration drives down wages. I oppose this just like I opposed being in the European Union and the immigration that brought. I despise the lib lab con pro immigration parties they are all sides of the same coin.
  3. Its still stupid here in suffolk stuff selling at silly prices within days. 3 years ago i was called a troll and estate agent when i brought in the post brexit dip 9which i would dearly like to crash in price so i could trade up). There are certain posters (looks up) that seem to be in complete denial over the last 10 years.
  4. They weren't trolls though but realists. My grandparents stated they wouldn't let house prices crash as they were gently falling in 2011. 02012 help to buy comes on and they were proved right. Today's nationwide figures confirm this.
  5. Why are councils providing energy? i would rather they try to get bins collected on a semi regular basis.
  6. Sorry not going to happen. The Boe won't do anything unless forced to.
  7. Then carers wages should increase. Immigration drives down wages and should be resisted where possible.
  8. This is likely lighter fluid on the housing market now. And just goes to show that the regulations are no drag on house prices and if they are they will just be removed. I'm amazed @spyguy has defended the regulators, banks and the BoE for so long even he must be accepting that this is pretty much going to see an acceleration in HPI combined with 50 year mortgages. There are certain posters on here claiming a HPC soon since 2012 who surely must be questioning their logic 10 years after getting it wrong and continuing to do so.
  9. MMR came in in 2014. What has happened to HPI since then despite a pandemic and Brexit? Yes transactions are through the floor but they have been since 2009 and still no sign of a crash. 5% mortgages are back too after an early pandemic disappearance. Sorry i'm not seeing and material impact of increased regulation on house prices.
  10. What a surprise. Yet there are still those who after decades of this believe the BoE are actively encouraging HPI. I said MMR was toothless and would be scaled back and basel 3 was but window dressing and it seems that was right. Expect HPI +++.
  11. yet still people will call theses saying prices are continuing to rise trolls. (some have even made a 35k posting career out of it!)
  12. Likewise we appear to have missed out on the economic collapse that was supposed to have happened.
  13. The price cap should be abandoned. Either we have an energy market or we don't. The government shouldn't be supplying energy at a loss unless explicitly intending to as a nationalised energy provider. Energy companies should have been forced to buy energy in advance.
  14. So the government is now selling energy at a loss as it takes over running Bulb. That is a new level of state intervention.
  15. Lol you have far too much confidence in that, that hasn't really been born out by reality over the last 14 years. Throughout my time on this forum you have been one of the key people saying the powers have things under control to the detriment of house prices e.g. MMR and since this glorious piece of regulation house prices have rocketted. Forgive my very large skepticism over the above statement.
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