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Indexes go up...indexes go down....not seen a 0% one yet mind you.

Either way, houses are still too *******g expense and only a half wit would be talked into buying one in the current economic climate..

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While logic would dictate a fall, knowing how the PTB like to bamboozle us I wouldn't be suprised to see an increase.

Maybe this month will be the first of a long run of 0%'ers ?

Why are there no 0% months ?

Have I missed one in the past ?

I'm going for 0% fo August and -0% for September :D

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A lot can happen in 6 weeks - you can get two thirds of the way through 9 and a half weeks of tying your woman up, blindfolding her and making her eat stuff from the fridge... :blink:

But enough of your private life... what's your guess?

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Maybe this month will be the first of a long run of 0%'ers ?

Why are there no 0% months ?

Have I missed one in the past ?

I'm going for 0% fo August and -0% for September :D

You have missed one. June nationwide was revised down from 0.1% to 0.0.

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Time is running out for me - so if this thing exists it bettter show itself quickly.

2% would be a good start

Judging by what I have seen on Property Bee this month, sellers are starting to panic.

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Nationwide have brought in some flexible repayment Flexaccount holder only mortgage deals to stop them from losing richer customers, so there may be a shift to valuations to higher value properties. But how accurately is this shift in their product range built into their statistical model?

Could their new range of mortgage products have as much affect on the next couple of months figures as the market?

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Maybe this month will be the first of a long run of 0%'ers ?

Why are there no 0% months ?

Have I missed one in the past ?

I'm going for 0% fo August and -0% for September :D

:lol:

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I'm with The Count, as I don't believe any houses have been sold this month, and then maybe +1.5% for September as I believe Mr & Mrs Granger down the road got a tidy sum for their 3bed bungalow which completes next week.

ttfn

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