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Same old same old. I got on a few weeks back and put a few bearish points to him, but he wasn't having any of it. Total property bull in the disguise of impartial presenter. Massive VI totally blind fool. Still living the mid noughties dream :rolleyes:

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Same old same old. I got on a few weeks back and put a few bearish points to him, but he wasn't having any of it. Total property bull in the disguise of impartial presenter. Massive VI totally blind fool. Still living the mid noughties dream :rolleyes:

I really liked James Max on 'The Apprentice.' He always seemed to have that rare commodity: common sense.

Perhaps not.

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I really liked James Max on 'The Apprentice.' He always seemed to have that rare commodity: common sense.

Perhaps not.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Max

Overseas Property TV

On the Overseas Property TV station, which broadcasts on channel 287 on Sky, Max has been a regular panellist on Ask The Property Experts and co-presents Property Pensions with Sian Jones, Profit from Property with Tris Payne and Property Boot Camp.

Just watch this, errrrr no commom sense. A paid shill of the property scam that beleived the hpye and invested his own money into BTL last year and this year " Its my pension dont you know ".

One flaw to this, who you going to sell it too :lol:

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Laugh of the programme concerned falling rental income. A lot of supply of property to rent, but weakening demand.

Why weakening demand?.

One of the VI's said part of it was renters were now buying houses!!!

Prog was basically one long ramp.

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OK, the guests were VIs and the host not asking too may searching questions. However, one thing that did stand out was that there were no outright bearish callers. The reason for this, I believe, is that sharply rising house prices are still fresh in the memory of every adult. Therefore this is NOT the time to buy.

I remember the UK property market being dead in the water in '94/'95 when no-one I knew thought you could make money from property any longer - 5 years of falling prices had knocked the stuffing out of buyer sentiment.

Of course that's the time to seriously consider buying. Most on this site know that but unfortunately considerably more will continue to lose money.

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