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*sets recorder*

Edit: I've been emailing them too, do you think the media have been having a snoop around this site? :unsure:

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Don`t become over excited, repros happen every day of the year come rain or come shine.

I`m sure Trevor and his friends will exact every last gasp of `shock / horror` from viewers` to boost their T.V. ratings.

horace.

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Don`t become over excited repros happen every day on year come rain or come shine.

I`m sure Trevor and his friends will exact every last gasp of `shock / horror` from viewers` to boost their viewer ratings.

horace.

But repos have been increasing in numbers in the last year.

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But what is the `norm` for repros?

I would suggest it is a moveable feast. Increased owner/occupation increased repros.

horace

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exellent stuff, unless its YOU who is getting repo'ed <_<:lol: well what do they expect, they pay to much for their rabbit hutch and cant keep up the repayments :rolleyes: a calculator only costs about £1.50 :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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It's an important moment - several million people will watch that programme and by Tuesday you can be assured it will have been the topic of conversation right across the country. It will be a wake-up call for an awful lot of people.

"It is not the end, nor is it the beginning of the end. It is however, the end of

the beginning" Winston Churchill

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It's an important moment - several million people will watch that programme and by Tuesday you can be assured it will have been the topic of conversation right across the country. It will be a wake-up call for an awful lot of people.

"It is not the end, nor is it the beginning of the end. It is however, the end of

the beginning" Winston Churchill

DONT get too carried away. A couple of years ago Trevor McDonut had a prog featuring an economist who predicted an immenent crash. The same crash scare was also featured on the front page of the Daily Express. But it hasnt happened yet.

Also repossessions dont necessarily mean depressed prices just that some people overstretched themselves.

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exellent stuff, unless its YOU who is getting repo'ed <_<  :lol:  well what do they expect, they pay to much for their rabbit hutch and cant keep up the repayments :rolleyes:  a calculator only costs about £1.50  :rolleyes:  :rolleyes:

and maybe if they'd used this calculator they would've chosen a guinea pig cage instead.

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But repos have been increasing at a time when we have historically low interest rates.

Just imagine what they'll be like if interest rates start to really move up.

I think if you look at any 25 year period in recent history you will find that from low to high, rates will treble at some stage over that period.

There was a thread on here a while ago with historical IR data, and that was one of the things that jumped off the screen at me.

NDL

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it takes really big kicks like this to get the good old british public off the idea that property is a gold rush cert. make people think twice about low offers. buying and lending in general. hope this will also end those virus like property programs with that baldy ex-burgular mugging the camera every two minutes.

we eased of the throttle a while ago. now apply the brakes a little.

the sounding of the horn is next.

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