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Times: Housing Market Is Braced For ‘Small Dips’

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From The Times
June 2, 2010
Housing market is braced for ‘small dips’
Rebecca "Becks" O’Connor, Property Correspondent
The housing market could suffer “small dips” in prices before the end of the year, with growth likely to slow over the coming months, according to a leading credit rating agency.

Its shock headlines like this that could cause a panic selling frenzy. :angry:

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http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/construction_and_property/article7142160.ece

From The Times
June 2, 2010
Housing market is braced for ‘small dips’
Rebecca "Becks" O’Connor, Property Correspondent
The housing market could suffer “small dips” in prices before the end of the year, with growth likely to slow over the coming months, according to a leading credit rating agency.

Its shock headlines like this that could cause a panic selling frenzy. :angry:

I'd agree that this correction is going to be a long drawn out affair... I wouldn't however rule out a small period of steeper falls during the next 12/18 months to get us back to where we were prior to this "recovery".

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Its shock headlines like this that could cause a panic selling frenzy. :angry:

I reckon they don't want to scare those over-borrowed home "owners" too soon too quickly, so they are starting off by using a "small dip" suggestion, to ease people in slowly to getting used to the fact, that those days of postiive figures are coming to an end.

The "small dip" can "unexpectedly" be upgraded to "crash" soon enough down the line, due to some quickly thought out excuse...eg global cooling/warming, HIPS being abolished, CGT, volcano.. etc..etc..

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