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"Tomorrow between 3pm and 4pm, Times Money’s panel of experts will debate with readers the question on everybody’s lips: has the housing market bottomed out".

"The latest house price surveys, including today’s from the Land Registry, suggest that prices have at least begun to stabilise but expert opinion remains divided. Some economists predict that prices still have much farther to fall while others believe that the housing market will now begin a steady recovery".

"But what do you think? We will put your questions and thoughts to our experts who will debate the subject live online tomorrow. We will also try to answer any questions you have about the mortgage market".

On our panel tomorrow:

Andrew Ellson

Andrew Ellson is Personal Finance Editor of The Times and has been writing about the housing and mortgage markets for the last five years. In 2008, he was awarded Mortgage Writer of the Year at the Personal Finance Media Awards. You can follow Andrew Ellson on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewellson

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth is Head of Communications at London & Country, the mortgage broker.

Stuart Law

Stuart Law is Chief Executive of Assetz plc, a property adviser and developer. He is an active property investor himself with a large property portfolio including new-build student accommodation, buy-to-let, overseas and UK holiday-let properties and commercial offices.

On our panel tomorrow:

Andrew Ellson

Andrew Ellson is Personal Finance Editor of The Times and has been writing about the housing and mortgage markets for the last five years. In 2008, he was awarded Mortgage Writer of the Year at the Personal Finance Media Awards. You can follow Andrew Ellson on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewellson

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth is Head of Communications at London & Country, the mortgage broker.

Stuart Law

Stuart Law is Chief Executive of Assetz plc, a property adviser and developer. He is an active property investor himself with a large property portfolio including new-build student accommodation, buy-to-let, overseas and UK holiday-let properties and commercial offices.

http://timesbusiness.typepad.com/money_web...tomed-out-.html

Edited by Tim Miller

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Any chance you could post the panel of experts?

Have we hit the bottom? The world's most powerful people would like it right now if the general population believed we had hit the bottom and started buying again. In reality land is still 40% over-valued.

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Any chance you could post the panel of experts?

I can't even find the article now only 5 minutes after posting it, Stuart Law is there, but can we count him as an expert!

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Any chance you could post the panel of experts?

Found and added the link, only three experts given!

I think we have the biggest fall to come yet. We will see the winter take it toll, the spring full of election hype and then whoever wins the election announce the deep cuts. The fundamentals are frighteningly bad!

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