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Euro staying remarkably stable versus dollar in last few decades, while the pound is down 20% in last few decades making everyone in UK who holds GBP poorer...

an indirect tax on everyone

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On 04/05/2021 at 11:15, TheCountOfNowhere said:

This is the most insane chart I've seen on HPC.

 

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We're either going to see a currency collapse or a massive hole in the housing market which I would hope will cause prices to collapse quickly.

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North, South or Midlands, when we crash - we all crash together!

I read lots about the north/south divide and house prices in the mainstream media and its really not that true. Or that prices in the south are 'more stable' and more volatile in the north. Infact if anything its probably the reverse, in the last crash the prices in the south and London, in percentage terms fell the hardest. 

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*South = South West, South East & East of England

*Midlands = East and West Mids

*North = North West, North East & Yorkshire and the Humber

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On 04/05/2021 at 11:15, TheCountOfNowhere said:

This is the most insane chart I've seen on HPC.

 

image.thumb.png.4a1e6d60b1a04bca61f0595f8f8b968a.png

 

We're either going to see a currency collapse or a massive hole in the housing market which I would hope will cause prices to collapse quickly.

That's just because people could put up deposits owing to covid savings.

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14 hours ago, Data Dave said:

in the last crash the prices in the south and London, in percentage terms fell the hardest. 

Were you living in London at the time? I was, and I had specifically been waiting for a crash in prices. Except, for places I was interested in, it didn't happen. They stagnated and maybe dipped by a few percent, but not enough to tempt me (initially). I don't know how those figures in the graph are constructed but it must surely be an average with some types of properties skewing it down. All I know is I was looking for a place in a particular location at the time and did not see anything drop much.

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On 7/27/2021 at 8:13 AM, dugsbody said:

Were you living in London at the time?

No I wasnt

 

On 7/27/2021 at 8:13 AM, dugsbody said:

for places I was interested in, it didn't happen.

Which areas in particular you can break down the data by london borough I believe

 

On 7/27/2021 at 8:13 AM, dugsbody said:

I don't know how those figures in the graph are constructed but it must surely be an average with some types of properties skewing it down

Source is Land Registry, correct its the average of all property types sold across London. Able to break down the data by property type however...

 

On 7/27/2021 at 8:13 AM, dugsbody said:

All I know is I was looking for a place in a particular location at the time and did not see anything drop much.

Asking prices probably didn't budge much so it may have not been visible but sold prices moved around 20%, again though 'on average'.

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