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Well, it's some time since I sold up for short term renting in anticipation of a crash.

Now looks like it is here at last.

Bring it on!

Edited by bialystock

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Why do you say this now when we are seeing evidence of real reductions. I have noticed in the estate agents in my area actually advertising as reduced. I have spoken to EA’s and more and more are trying to convince vendors to get real regarding pricing

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Well, it's some time since I sold up for short term renting in anticipation of a crash.

Now looks like it is turning out to be long term renting.

I'm getting fed up with this now. I think I have cocked up big time.

On the 19 June this sub normal wrote:

The fact is that there will be no property crash, the Government won't allow it.

The only reason I have not bought a house myself is that I am out of work at the moment and living with my parents.

Once I get a job, I will be earning about £80,000 per annum in the North West, which, with my substantial savings from hours of overtime in my previous employment, will buy a reasonable sized property for a man of my intelligence and qualifications

Stop wasting my time idiot

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QUOTE(Boom'n'Bust @ Jun 16 2005, 09:39 PM)

http://www.economist.com/opinion/displaySt...tory_id=4079458

After the fall

Jun 16th 2005

From The Economist print edition

Soaring house prices have given a huge boost to the world economy. What happens when they drop?

[boom n Bust quote end]

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A non-issue since they will not drop.

Any drop will be small, if anything a gentle slow down will occur whereby house prices continue to rise but at a lower rate than inflation (i.e. a small real fall, but still a small nominal rise).

I am nearly ready to buy as a cash buyer, but looking for a new job to get a knockout dream home.

Complete with swimming pool and gymnasium

Why STR if you feel that way?

:lol: Obviously laughing at you and not with you :lol:

Edited by theChuz

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This idiot is just trying to discredit the great Bialystock from the Motley fool board. Make no mistake the real Bialystock over there is a legend from north London. I suspect this is one of the bulls from that board who can not compete with the real Bialystock's intelligence,wit and writing style.

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Well, it's some time since I sold up for short term renting in anticipation of a crash.

Now looks like it is turning out to be long term renting.

I'm getting fed up with this now. I think I have cocked up big time.

Get a haircut..........and lose the beard

I like to treat each post with the respect it deserves

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