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They probably were .....

I used to post over there but it became no fun anymore.

In the end I began to feel sympathy for some of the people who had clearly over-paid in recent years, who had reduced below what they had paid and who still could not sell - many looked to be ordinary, decent people just caught up in the madness rather than greedy feckers.

Stockholm syndrome.

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Radio 5 this morning at three minutes to 6am (the financial half hour whatever it is called) talked about shared equity being offered to 1st time buyers by the house builders. The presenter asked "but if they can't afford it should they wait until prices become affordable". I laughed aloud. BBC allowing those comments of common sense. Brilliant. And there wasn't a counter argument either.

Things are bearish.

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