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love the comment from the woman complaining about the lack of credit killing the middle class lifestyle. she gets it!

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love the comment from the woman complaining about the lack of credit killing the middle class lifestyle. she gets it!

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Love this one!

"Keep your,asking price fully up to the top market price and don't budge a penny. Don't sell unless you get what you want! That way the market will collapse at first, but then come back much more healthy at the,earliest possible time. Every sale near you that sells under value just damages you!

Do not take advice from any estate agent. It will be extremely biased in favour of getting business for them and never for any benefit to you!

At this time the only properties up for sale should be those poor unfortunate souls who have no other recourse left such as those unable to pay their mortgage due to loss of work for example. If those of you who are not in this position but wish to sell, then HOLD YOUR,ASKING PRICE AND DON'T BUDGE! Don't sell if you can't get what you ask!"

Quote The Mail, Chris Wiseman, Blackpool, England, 13/12/2010 8:51

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Love this one!

"Keep your,asking price fully up to the top market price and don't budge a penny. Don't sell unless you get what you want! That way the market will collapse at first, but then come back much more healthy at the,earliest possible time. Every sale near you that sells under value just damages you!

Do not take advice from any estate agent. It will be extremely biased in favour of getting business for them and never for any benefit to you!

At this time the only properties up for sale should be those poor unfortunate souls who have no other recourse left such as those unable to pay their mortgage due to loss of work for example. If those of you who are not in this position but wish to sell, then HOLD YOUR,ASKING PRICE AND DON'T BUDGE! Don't sell if you can't get what you ask!"

Quote The Mail, Chris Wiseman, Blackpool, England, 13/12/2010 8:51

Left a few out.

Don't die, don't get sick, don,t get divorced / separated. don't get old, don't change jobs/areas, don't go abroad to get out of this increasinly expensive dump. Noope, stay where you are stick your fingers in your eyes and shove your head up your **** and don't budge from that position.

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Love this one!

"Keep your,asking price fully up to the top market price and don't budge a penny. Don't sell unless you get what you want! That way the market will collapse at first, but then come back much more healthy at the,earliest possible time. Every sale near you that sells under value just damages you!

Do not take advice from any estate agent. It will be extremely biased in favour of getting business for them and never for any benefit to you!

At this time the only properties up for sale should be those poor unfortunate souls who have no other recourse left such as those unable to pay their mortgage due to loss of work for example. If those of you who are not in this position but wish to sell, then HOLD YOUR,ASKING PRICE AND DON'T BUDGE! Don't sell if you can't get what you ask!"

Quote The Mail, Chris Wiseman, Blackpool, England, 13/12/2010 8:51

Wise by name, thick as p1g sh1t by nature.

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Submitted my comment:

'Flat: £100k.

House: £200k

Price difference = £100k.

Prices double: Difference = £200k!!!! YOU LOSE OUT.

Prices MUST come down, and are. I'm 26 and living at home, will probably never start a family now - have saved a deposit up and waiting at LEAST a year for more price falls else I'll take my engineering talents elsewhere. The GREED of some sellers is ridiculous - taking out massive loans as a bet that their bricks and mortar would rise in value (to only the banks and EAs delight) - shame on them for becoming brainwashed.

Bring back 3.5x salary + deposit. The economic cost of high property prices is devastating; the young are being eaten! Can't afford a house, can't afford uni, massive debts, no jobs - our elders should be ASHAMED of themselves.

I pray for rising interest rates and the continuation of sensible lending practices.

PLEASE, if you are thinking about buying, DO NOT. Hold out for at least a year and see how prices will have fallen by then.

£200k+ for a flat. pft!'

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