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LOOK AT SOME OF THESE IDIOT SALES AROUND COMBER STILL BEEN ON SINCE 2007!!!

THE FIRST ONE IS A FALLING DOWN HOUSE AS HERE http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r...=1&sort=h2l THIS MORON IS LOOKING 1.5 MILLION FOR A HALF ACRE SITE!!!!

OR THIS, THE CLASSIC http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r...=1&sort=h2l

THIS PLONKER THINKS HIS "TOWNHOUSE" IN COMBER IS WORTH OVER HALF A MILLION QUID, AT LEAST YOU DONT HAVE TO BUY A LAWNMOVER AS YOUR NEIGHBOURS 10 YEAR OLD FIESTA WILL SIT ON YOUR "GARDEN"

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We are in the eye of the storm - the "return to normal" phase - looking forward to fear and capitulation coming over the hill.

Hope we don't get a dead cat bounce....... do you think we will DB...... i just can't see it happening if it doesn't happen this spring.

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We are in the eye of the storm - the "return to normal" phase...

... that is exactly where we are, because it is spring time. If any house are going to sell it will be at this time of year.

Hope we don't get a dead cat bounce....... do you think we will DB...... i just can't see it happening if it doesn't happen this spring.

... we will know in a few weeks, at the end of June, when the Nationwide quarterly report comes out.

Though I will not be surprised if all the short term fixes have had an effect here too. But they are just short term economic measures. All they can do is slowing down and delaying the correction. A bounce here will probably give sellers hope and slow down the price falls temporarly until the 3 d's bring the market back to reality.

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this is a dead cap bounce.

house price rises will only go up when we see wage inflation and serious inflation in the real economy (and for a long initial period this would actually harm house prices as interest rates would rise)

even if we have avoided complete meltdown house prices will need to be sacrificed for the greater good of the rest of the economy.

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this is a dead cap bounce.

house price rises will only go up when we see wage inflation and serious inflation in the real economy (and for a long initial period this would actually harm house prices as interest rates would rise)

even if we have avoided complete meltdown house prices will need to be sacrificed for the greater good of the http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/sty...-editor.pngrest of the economy.

THE EXCLUSIVE JOKE SIGNS----HAVE YOU SEEN THESE???????????????????????????????

Its quite sad really but there do seem to be a number of first time buyers with Daddy's deposit in the bank who are still suckers to the property developers hype, ie Now is the time to buy and 50% off this "development"

ARE PEOPLE STILL THICK ENOUGH TO READ THESE SIGNS THAT SAY "EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT"???

Some answers--- DEVELOPMENT MEANS A COMMON HOUSING ESTATE

EXCLUSIVE- cant answer this, what is exclusive about living in a match box house with your neighbours battered Dole income fiesta parked on the concrete outside your front door, well you may have 6 foot of grass if you are lucky

TURNKEY- do people believe this crap??? simply means the developer got a bulk deal on budget kitchens

VILLAGE- seen this too, whats the village aspect with around 50 houses an acre

Still cant get over this one though, even NIHE tenants would turn this down like a half built "townhouse" not even got a hallway, a garden, nothing, there are some idiots about

http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r...=1&sort=h2l

Is exclusive though LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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this is a dead cap bounce.

house price rises will only go up when we see wage inflation and serious inflation in the real economy (and for a long initial period this would actually harm house prices as interest rates would rise)

even if we have avoided complete meltdown house prices will need to be sacrificed for the greater good of the rest of the economy.

If base rates go up I don't necessarily think mortgage rates will go up (at least not proportionally). At the moment the banks have a great opportunity to make a great spread over base as they can charge reasonable rates of 5-6% with base rates at 0.5%. I suspect this is with government approval in order to rebuild their balance sheets over a few years whilst base rates are low. As things improve base rates will improve but the spread will narrow so actual rates at the consumer end will probably not rise very much. If they did they would cripple the economy. The government are perhaps aware that lending to homebuyers at 1% would be insane at the moment, and likewise rates going to 10%+ would be equally catastrophic in an opposite direction.

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