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  1. Yes you're right actually, it didn't sound much but isn't far off the numbers 'helped' with HTB
  2. The Times article says 3000 per month. That's not a lot at all. "Banks are expected to have capacity to lend to about 3,000 individuals a month under the scheme. It would run alongside the government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme, which was also introduced in 2013 and offers 95 per cent loan-to-value mortgages using taxpayers’ money. However, that scheme is applicable only to new-build homes and is focused on boosting housing supply. It is due to end in 2023"
  3. Friends of mine put property on market 6 weeks ago (Bristol). 3 bed on for over 600k and buyer offered 30k over asking within days of being marketed. They have since pulled out and now on the market again. I want to buy and was kind of dismayed that there are people stupid enough to offer 30k over like that.
  4. Not sure I've seen this shared https://www.rics.org/globalassets/wbef-website/4._web_-april_2020_rics_uk_residential_market_survey_final.pdf
  5. Well down isn't positive but I was just sharing where the earlier comment came from and what has been reported in the Times.
  6. Yeah covering all bases, anything between 2.2% - 10% down for 2020.
  7. Slide 18 https://www.lloydsbankinggroup.com/globalassets/documents/investors/2020/2020_lbg_q1_ims_presentation.pdf
  8. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-losers-and-a-few-winners-from-a-crash-in-house-prices-2tm2rr56w
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