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An Example Of Mental Illness?

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Does Gordon Brown really thing that he can keep prices high for ever. Looking at prices at the local EA, I just wonder how anyone who is sane thinks prices can stay as they are or even increase.

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its madness. they are already unaffordable. they call 'moving forward' the out of reach prices rise even more. no one can buy them as it is.

plus the whole country has gone house price mad.

its like a civil war between the already boughts and the asked to be ripped offs.

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. no one can buy them as it is.

its like a civil war between the already boughts and the asked to be ripped offs.

The selling price is one of the features of a tradeable article.

If any of its features make it unmarketable ... it becomes valueless.

Ergo, a house with an unrealistic price tag .... is worthless in market terms.

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You're right - they're only unaffordable if you haven't got one already. In the area I live in the difference in cost between a 1 bed ex council flat (160k), a 2 bed victorian terrace (190k), and a 3 bed semi (210k) isn't all that bad. Certainly not out of proportion from historical evidence.

The problem is getting onto the bottom rung without crippling yourself financially.

Welcome to the new second class generation (like myself) - the have nots. :angry:

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These idiots have personality disorders such as narcissism, psychopathy etc.

It is distinct from "mental illness" which are mainly people who get f1cked up having to suffer the mind games of people with "personality disorders. Most people with "mental illness" have an emotional injury caused by some sort of abuse caused by someone else.

Hence the expression that someone can "do your head in".

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