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So all these people are predicting house price falls.

Propertyfinder.com down 0.3% june 06

HomeTrack London down 5% 2005

Propertyhotsposts down 10% end of 07

Capital Economics Ed Stansfield down 20% by end of 06

Capital Economics Roger Bootle down 20% by end of 06

The Economist Pam Woodall down 20-25% [more in London] end of 07

Dye Asset Managment Tony Dye down 30% next 5 years

American Express John Calverley down 30% time not given

Invesco Perpetual Neil Woodford down 30-40% next 4 years

Durlacher David Pannell down 45% next 2 years.

Can someone please add people predicting rising house prices over the next few years, if any at all. thanks.

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People down the pub, and next door neighbours don't count. :D

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A former Times Economics Editor has predicted falls of 50%

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...topic=10583&hl=

"My own prognostication a year ago of a possible 50% crash in house prices over the next 2 or 3 years, which now seems to me firmly on track inspite of all the huffing and puffing of those whose interests oblige them daily to pretend that all will somehow end well." Peter Jay who for over 20 years was economics editor of the The Times and is a non-executive director of the BoE.

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The Bank of England........The Federal Reserve.........The international Olympic Comittee.....Gordon Brown......Margarett Becket.......Cherie Blair.....Halifax....Barclays Bank......Lloyds TSB.........and the man who cleans my windows.

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The Bank of England........The Federal Reserve.........The international Olympic Comittee.....Gordon Brown......Margarett Becket.......Cherie Blair.....Halifax....Barclays Bank......Lloyds TSB.........and the man who cleans my windows.

The Federal reserve.....the Olympic comittee what on earth has either of these got to do with UK house prices? I think you should stick to facts instead of blindly quoting every institution you can think of as your argument is flawed.

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The Bank of England........The Federal Reserve.........The international Olympic Comittee.....Gordon Brown......Margarett Becket.......Cherie Blair.....Halifax....Barclays Bank......Lloyds TSB.........and the man who cleans my windows.

The Federal reserve.....the Olympic comittee what on earth has either of these got to do with UK house prices? I think you should stick to facts instead of blindly quoting every institution you can think of as your argument is flawed.

I read the original post as ironic myself. Is the Olympics the Channel Tunnel of this crash? I'm still reading stuff that says house prices in east London will rise massively off the back of it (but in Newham at least - I've seen quite a few £170K properties drop to £160K this month - after peaking at around £180K at the beginning of this year). I think Stratford is still going mad though...

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I'd like to add TTRTRs mortgage broker as he appears to be inundated. :D

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I'm also trying to find some predictions of price increases. I'm putting together a little website with articles, stats and figures about the residential property market. I'm trying to present a balanced point of view, but I'm struggling to find any bullish predictions from credible sources.

Anyone?

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Someone must know someone predicting price increases, ok people down the pub

and next door neighbours are now in. :D

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Someone must know someone predicting price increases, ok people down the pub

and next door neighbours are now in.    :D

Er? The guy who runs the cab firm in coronation street. He's bullish at the moment. And he's on the telly, so it adds credibility.

Kirstie and the other bloke on C4? They are charging Bull-elephants!

This firm of Nigirean city fiananciers based from a PO box address and spam mailing me from a hotmail address offering unlimited returns from a loophole in the booming UK property market?

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Yeah but, no but, well I think they'll go up and so

does Wayne Smith's Dad, at least that's what I think

he said was going up when he saw us together, and

next door's milkman said prices are going up and how

should I know if he was talking about milk and what

are you asking me for, I dunno......

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The guy who runs the cab firm in coronation street. He's bullish at the moment. And he's on the telly, so it adds credibility.

I remember in the dot com boom someone saying that they decided to sell when cab drivers started giving them share-buying tips... maybe this will be the last straw that convinces people to get out of the housing market :).

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renting is dead money, but so is interest.

Where I am looking to live renting is cheaper than the interest on the mortage for a similar house. So I am going to rent as that cost me less dead money.

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My dad reckons 30% by summer 2007, I think 20% in next 18mths and a colleague of mine (economics lecturer) reckons they will remain the same as conditions are not the same as last time in a patronising manner as I was only 13 at the time of the last crash and he was studying a masters!?

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So all these people are predicting house price falls.

Propertyfinder.com down 0.3% june 06

HomeTrack London  down  5%   2005

Propertyhotsposts   down  10% end of 07

Capital Economics Ed Stansfield down   20% by end of 06

Capital Economics Roger Bootle down   20% by end of 06

The Economist Pam Woodall  down 20-25% [more in London] end of 07

Dye Asset Managment Tony Dye down 30% next 5 years

American Express John Calverley down 30% time not given

Invesco Perpetual Neil Woodford down 30-40% next 4 years

Durlacher David Pannell  down 45% next 2 years.

Can someone please add people predicting rising house prices over the next few years, if any at all.  thanks.

Thelittleguy Anyone to add to the list?

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Someone must know someone predicting price increases, ok people down the pub

and next door neighbours are now in.    :D

Sorry. Karen 1000. :D

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My dad reckons 30% by summer 2007, I think 20% in next 18mths and a colleague of mine (economics lecturer) reckons they will remain the same as conditions are not the same as last time in a patronising manner as I was only 13 at the time of the last crash and he was studying a masters!?

so Masters were cr@p back then too :lol:

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