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Austin Allegro

Snap Up Property Quickly - Recovery Just Round The Corner In 2016

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The Sunday Times seems determined to 'talk up the economy'.

Today's money section contains:

'Take the plunge - bombed out assets to earmark for recovery'

'What economic recovery means to your finances'

'End of house price falls'

I particularly like the last one. It says 'Brokers are urging buyers to snap up a bargain' then a few lines later says 'prices will trough in 2010 and will not recover to today's levels until 2016, markets suggest'.

Oh dear, I'd best snap up a bargain or I'll miss that boat!

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The Sunday Times seems determined to 'talk up the economy'.

Today's money section contains:

'Take the plunge - bombed out assets to earmark for recovery'

'What economic recovery means to your finances'

'End of house price falls'

I particularly like the last one. It says 'Brokers are urging buyers to snap up a bargain' then a few lines later says 'prices will trough in 2010 and will not recover to today's levels until 2016, markets suggest'.

Oh dear, I'd best snap up a bargain or I'll miss that boat!

So are they deflationists or stagflationists?

Or is it contradictory bolleaux?

TFH

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'Take the plunge - bombed out assets to earmark for recovery'

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If the opportunity was so good, they buy it up themselves and keep it quiet.

Good opportunities are not generally advertised.

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