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    Nationwide Sep18

    Yep 0.3% m-o-m just enough to maintain their 2% y-o-y. Halifax on Friday.
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    Nationwide Sep18

    Due out tomorrow morning. -0.5% last month. Same again and the y-o-y number will be down to around 1% Here's hoping!!!
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    Halifax July 2018

    The amount of business earnings required has to cover both variable costs and a large amount of fixed costs. Once the revenue stream drops off even a small proportion a business can swing to a loss very quickly depending on their fixed cost base.
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    Halifax January 2018

    This makes the 3.6% in monthly rises (Jul-Nov 2017) look even more suspicious. No chance of a yoy negative until Aug 2018 judging by those numbers unless the next few months show some serious downward movement. Still, good news is always welcome.
  5. Point is that you are possibly drama queens overstating brexit as the end of the world. It’s not that difficult to figure out. Yes, there are many difficulties and what people originally voted for may not be what they actually get but some of the comments on here are way over the top. You’d think we were going to end up like a third world country the way some folks are commenting and we should all start hoarding canned goods and shotguns right now as it will be that much of a disaster. Jesus Christ all that is happening is we are leaving an economic model and beginning a new relationship with the outside world.
  6. Yes, there will be plagues of locusts, it will rain frogs and Brexit will take the first born of every single British citizen (especially those who voted to leave the promised land).
  7. Well I guess you’ve got it all sorted out haven’t you. Go and have a lie down petal. If you can’t offer an intelligent counter argument then you are an irrelevance.
  8. Great comeback. Seriously I voted brexit partially to get rid of those taking from the economy rather than contributing. A large and sudden departure of those who can’t afford to support themselves without the help of UK tax payers could be just what the housing market needs in terms of increasing supply and reducing prices. If benefits are protected then it’s a negotiation failure IMO.
  9. So can the 3 million already here still claim their tax credits and child benefit after all this?
  10. Ha ha, first time i've ever seen this. https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/45467748?search_identifier=8fe03664f010fdf8a0dd6b7d87ac36d6#OQfWc20lf2bm9Lqq.97
  11. PalmerEldritch

    Halifax Sep '17 Predictions

    As expected. Jan to Jun was down-1.8% with the index heading for YoY negative imminently. Jul to Sep up 3% to save the day. It's a miracle!!!
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    Halifax Sep '17 Predictions

    +0.5% After being flat or falling for 6-7 months they suddenly realised it was on course to go YoY negative very soon and it magically went up nearly 2% in the last two reports. They still need it to keep moving up for the next couple of reports to avoid YoY negative in Dec17.
  13. PalmerEldritch

    Halifax HPI

    Had a feeling they'd do this. Anything other than a massive rise this month and next then the index was going to go heavily into yoy negative Nov/Dec. Cant be having that can we?
  14. PalmerEldritch

    SKY: House Prices: 4 Year Low

    For goodness sake. A lot of people have been on this site for over 10 years as they were priced out for whatever reason. They probably know more than most people will ever know about the state of the market. IMO I don't believe they need to be led to water in terms of vested interests from either side of the argument.
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    SKY: House Prices: 4 Year Low

    Well the thread title is regarding the latest Halifax data so I figured it made sense to refer to those?

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