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  1. Hello all My name is Chad Lawson i am writing this little blog/topic here today to explain my thoughts and opinions. I believe that there will be a house price crash in 2021 i am unsure when about in the year but i am very certain, i believe this will be the case due to the corona virus and people are getting let off without paying rent as such and so on due to not being able to work, I think that house prices will slowly start to decline until it hits and crashes in 2021. This will be the best time to buy and invest in a house as after the the crash will happen people are going to try and rework it as fast as they can due to not wanting people to spend less money as it is a power hungry evil plan that landlords do to prevent you from getting the best out of you're money. That is all i wanted to say and just let the people know my thoughts thank you for reading. Love Chad.
  2. Hello all, I'd like to share with you this great documentary produced by the same people who created "princess of the yen". It's a self funded video, and its free to watch. I'm not affiliated to the makers, I'm just a fan. All the makers ask is that if you like the video you share it around with friends and family, as they are getting reports the video is getting shaddowbanned in certain countries. This documentary explains how our politicians created the non dom hidden finance system to shore up the pound, and how this system ate away our factories and pumped up housing assets. Enjoy If you think the video is good and worth while a watch for the members, please give this post a bump.
  3. I am a long time listener to The Archers and one of the things I love about it is that most of the characters are obnoxious; it really is quite entertaining. Occasionally it seems to latch onto current issues and really run with them. Currently you have small business' struggling, rural poverty/homelessness, ruthless business types etc. The rural poverty angle has been stepped up over the last few years as has affordability of housing. Its good to hear issues like this being aired and used for dramatic effect. The wealthy residents of Ambridge should really watch out as I am sure some of the lower orders are sharpening their pitchforks. Any other examples of our 'successful economy' being used to good effect in current drama's?
  4. "Monetary trends, meanwhile, have weakened further in early 2018, with G7 plus E7 six-month real narrow money growth falling to a nine-year low in February. Real broad money has also continued to decelerate. The emerging economic slowdown, therefore, could extend into late 2018, allowing for the usual lead." http://moneymovesmarkets.com/journal/2018/4/10/a-monetarist-perspective-on-current-equity-markets.html Monetary trends looking similar to 2007/8 for the moment. There is a clear trend. It will be interesting to see if it continues or reverses in coming months. It looks likely there will be a significant economic global economic deceleration over the next 12 months. Australia, Canada and the UK are lagging and coincidently? have the most advanced housing bubbles / private debt problems. The US, China and EU are also very weak. The Euro aggregate conceals that France and Spain are lagging whilst Germany and Italy are holding up better.
  5. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40880640 Rising interest rates a greater threat than China.
  6. Although most on this forum are aware of the global issue of housing bubbles, it's always nice to have a new colourful graph to look at. Zero Hedge have just posted an interesting article looking at a comparison of leading countries HPI and HPC in some cases. It looks at how our reliance on easy credit/debt has lead to HPI that is essentially keeping economies buoyed up. As has been disccused for over a decade on hpc.co.uk it is clear that major economies are supported solely by their housing bubbles. One of the graphs seems to show several of these economies levelling off, or even starting to turn. Check the ZH article here: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-31/our-economies-run-housing-bubbles bB
  7. Just realised that if I could personally borrow from the B of E at their base rate I could leverage my take home income to an eye popping 13440000. Now that puts the whole thing into perspective for me. Where's my wheelbarrow?
  8. Whether you agree with him or not, I think this is worth reading: http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jul/17/postcapitalism-end-of-capitalism-begun#comment-55905200 I need to read it properly to digest it, but it expresses an awful lot of what I've been thinking. I'm sure many here will find plenty to disagree with.
  9. Bankers 'must swear oath' after scandals, says reporthttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-28535001 So to fix the banking system we simply ask them to give us their word that they wont do anything bad. What a brilliant idea, problem solved lads.
  10. Have you been trying to buy/sell a property in England and Wales and have found that vendors/buyers are difficult to commit even if an offer is accepted and ready to exchange? Have you lost most money, time and mostly patience with properties where things changed the last minute? Are you thinking of buying a property in the future and have your own family home but the news and house prices put you off on making this move? Do you think by changing the law, the process will be fairer and more transparent while stop house price inflation? If all the above sound familiar and bring bad memories of the property experience, then have a look at our petition and help us make a change. Share on Facebook and Twitter with friends and family. https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/make-house-buying-fairer
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