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Recovery? Certainly Not. Watch This Video.

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Good video. He has been right with his book Boom and Bust 2010.

Although he says theres more falls to come for the next few months and years, it does fly in the face of the THE housing expert Professor David Miles of the BOE

Bank of England's property expert David Miles says housing crash is now past its worst

2/7/09

"Expectations are crucial in the housing market and they look a bit better now than a few months ago. My hunch is that we have seen most of the overall aggregate house price falls."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbys...-its-worst.html

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I will bookmark this page for future reference.

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Nationwide £156,442

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Good video. He has been right with his book Boom and Bust 2010.

Although he says theres more falls to come for the next few months and years, it does fly in the face of the THE housing expert Professor David Miles of the BOE

Bank of England's property expert David Miles says housing crash is now past its worst

2/7/09

"Expectations are crucial in the housing market and they look a bit better now than a few months ago. My hunch is that we have seen most of the overall aggregate house price falls."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbys...-its-worst.html

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I will bookmark this page for future reference.

Indices

Halifax £158,565

Nationwide £156,442

Miles is a prize prat -- and I wouldn't be at all surprised to discover that he has a very large "property portfolio" - hence his agenda. I mean -- for a BOE guy to be talking up the housing "market" at this point is just ludicrous. He has to have a Vested Interest.

Harrison, I believe, is very very prescient - and wise. He knows his stuff -- he clearly understands the REAL world -- he KNOWS that the vast majority of people have very little money - and only just survive on what they earn

Miles is a PRAT.

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So refreshing to hear someone of 'note' talking sense.....tks for the link EP.

It really is not all that complicated peeps...the current level of debt is unsustainable, current house prices bear no reasonable relation to income (or demand)

Peak house prices were nothing more than an illusion created by banksters promoting 'money from thin air'.

Rent, enjoy life, have fun, and so on. :lol:

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Liverpool 1...................The best Joke ever..........

Mike

Apparently* Everton had opened a club shop there and because it was their second shop they called it Everton Two meaning their address was Everton Two, Liverpool 1, ...

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* May be an internet story of no worth

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So refreshing to hear someone of 'note' talking sense.....tks for the link EP.

It really is not all that complicated peeps...the current level of debt is unsustainable, current house prices bear no reasonable relation to income (or demand)

Peak house prices were nothing more than an illusion created by banksters promoting 'money from thin air'.

Rent, enjoy life, have fun, and so on. :lol:

Pleasure. Agree. ;)

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What a moron. He contradicts everything he said in his Boom Bust book.

Another expert who knows nothing.

If links like this are the best you can do to prove a HPC then good luck :lol:

Music stops, no chair for some soon.

Judging from the above, it seems to me that you haven't read his book! I have.

@rsehole!

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