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buytoilet

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  1. agreed areas is not great, but it shows how much prices have fallen in some parts of town. If I had a choice between a 2 bed flat or 3 bed semi this place would be the out right winner
  2. http://www.mortgagesolutions-online.com/mortgage-solutions/blog-post/1928989/bell-tolls-cheap-svrs Lenders upping the SVR to new entrants is going to hurt
  3. have a look at this http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31796750.html 28/05/2004 £186,500 42 F/H Semi-Detached House http://www.houseprices.co.uk/map.php?pc=BH7+6LJ&show=s IMO not a bad buy for a FTB, 3 bed semi 16,000 cheaper than May 2004
  4. You missed out " how many percent of people still paying for last Christmas on credit cards" This forum always has the "Christmas is shite I dont want anything and if i did I would have already bought it, bah humbug threads"
  5. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31480073.html Nearly there, how the £uck they thought this was ever worth £215 is beyond me, anyway now down to £189,000
  6. What were the 2008 lows and do you think we will see them soon
  7. looking at the chart they have been falling for a year now
  8. BDEV down 3.03% and Wimpey down nearly 4% both now trading at 12 month lows, anyone think WImpey will go under as now only worth 24p a share http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business/market_data/shares/3/87444/default.stm
  9. Do you mean like these top end propertys that have been for sale all year http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/find.html?locationIdentifier=OUTCODE^2516&insId=2
  10. Worry over finance is causing landlords to lose confidence in the buy-to-let sector, says an online letting agent, Upad. In an online survey, landlords said they were less confident than they had been. Buytoilet
  11. click here for your link f the Bank of England were really serious about helping the economy, it would be trying to tank the housing market. That is not quite how the economists at Fathom Consulting would put it, but it's a key implication of their latest report on UK monetary policy. The Monetary Policy Committee are unlikely to follow their advice - or not directly, anyway. But the policy paper will make for sobering reading as they prepare for the start of their November meeting on Wednesday. How, you might ask, could a sharp fall in house prices possibly help the economy? It would help because it would get it over with. Like many economists, the authors of the report, Danny Gabay and Erik Britton, believe that the British economy will not truly put the crisis behind it until it has fixed the banking system and dramatically lowered the amount of private sector debt weighing on the economy. Unlike some of their peers, they think that a correction in house prices is a crucial part of that process in Britain, and it has barely begun. There is a lot of meat in the report. Here's what I found most interesting. First, the authors highlight a recent study from the Bank of International Settlements [145KB PDF]. Based on data from 27 countries, this finds that financial crises tend to be followed by a long period of drawing down debt in the private sector. Nothing new there, you might say, but the numbers are interesting: on average, total private sector debt, as a share of GDP tends to fall by 38 percentage points, and the process takes 10 years.
  12. Thanks for bumping the thread, I forgot how good I am at predicting the future of flat executive apartment prices in Bournemouth.
  13. -0.7% Not bad, cant be long before the index goes negative for the year.
  14. Full report here No mention of adjustment for inflation
  15. Lowest in 10 years when house prices where half the price of today
  16. UK mortgage lending remained subdued last month, figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) suggest. Total lending was £12bn in September, the lowest September total since 2000. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11581929
  17. So that's why there have been lots of new poster wearing flares and jumpers with patches on the elbows. I cant spell either so they should get on well here.
  18. Today is the day, how long have we all waitied to see a day like today. This just unbelievable, this thread is going to run to epic proportions and i am glad to say that i am a part of it say it again down 3.6% OMG Hamish Dumbo laters you twatts
  19. WTF is that right just checked forex and its says down 3.6% Can anyone verify this, no case of fat fingers
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