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most houses on the market are not from people needing to sit tight.

and with "Osterity" coming, one of the many benefits to go will be the very generous Mortgage relief. this will see a few more "needing" to sell and cant sit tight, and possessions in negative equity....some people keep their mortgages through bankruptcy due to an ability to keep a job and keep up repayments...SMI and joblessness will put paid to this bankruptcy avoidance scam.

Also less City/top civil service bonuses will trash London/sarf east as they are reduced and are rightly attacked.

New Bankster staff & others will have to get ordinary mortgages spread over a period of time or save up their recent dou-bled/tre-bled salaries to buy places like everyone else!

Less of the 5-10 houses at a time House price speculation coming to your town soon!

Biggest factor of all - forced rise of Interest rates after being told/conned by the 'experts' over past year they would'nt go up for years

HPC board members predicted & trounced the lot once again! :o

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Sibley gets banned off here because he was posting things that didn't tow the hpc party line and yet every time he posts somewhere else his post gets copy and pasted on here.

He must be laughing in his Maidstone mansion at how simple most on here are.

Not sure he got banned more like fed up dealing with all the bears that wished they had the balls to buy a house back in 2000 and now realise they have missed the boat and so go on about house price falls as this is the only way they believe they could afford a property.

Why don't they save up like other hardworking people I ask.

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Not sure he got banned more like fed up dealing with all the bears that wished they had the balls to buy a house back in 2000 and now realise they have missed the boat and so go on about house price falls as this is the only way they believe they could afford a property.

Why don't they save up like other hardworking people I ask.

just thought Id check why you are on my ignore list.

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Not sure he got banned more like fed up dealing with all the bears that wished they had the balls to buy a house back in 2000 and now realise they have missed the boat and so go on about house price falls as this is the only way they believe they could afford a property.

Why don't they save up like other hardworking people I ask.

:blink::blink:

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Not sure he got banned more like fed up dealing with all the bears that wished they had the balls to buy a house back in 2000 and now realise they have missed the boat and so go on about house price falls as this is the only way they believe they could afford a property.

Why don't they save up like other hardworking people I ask.

:lol::lol::lol: He who dares rodney, he who dares...

Wow, Sibley lives on!

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Not sure he got banned more like fed up dealing with all the bears that wished they had the balls to buy a house back in 2000 and now realise they have missed the boat and so go on about house price falls as this is the only way they believe they could afford a property.

Why don't they save up like other hardworking people I ask.

Sibley lives, hoorah, and now he's called endofcrash2.

Entertain us more please. I was rofl with your comment. Funnier than watching an over-indebted family look at their xmas credit card bill with iPhones for the kids and a new telly for the dults.

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is this ******ing rag serious?

stupid *****

apparently 659,650 people regularly buy the daily express. It can't make up where it stands can it?

Neither can its readers:

"We have now had at least 4 different price drop figures from these predicting "experts" (not one of whom predicted the last housing slump) and now we have amateurs posting entirely unsupported opinions on here as well. Average house prices have increased from £158,570 October 2005 to £165,505 today over that 10-year period. Who gives a damn about 2007 prices ? Who said that the 2007 level was a price level to aspire to ? It was an aberration. We bought our present home for £39,950 in 1983. Its current value is £390,000.

The same kind of value increases will occur with houses purchased today, and it is pointless counting short term gains and losses, which are academic unless you are in a business buying and selling houses.

Britain is a small country with the strictest planning controls in Europe. This produces an ongoing shortage of houses, and has done so since the 1960's, resulting inevitably in price inceases as a consequence of interaction of supply and demand. That will continue unless many more homes are built every year. But in fact we are building far fewer homes than we need every year."

I loved the unsupported opinions comment, where upon the muppet goes on to make unsupported opinions that are in a fantasy world. Priceless.

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Neither can its readers:

"We have now had at least 4 different price drop figures from these predicting "experts" (not one of whom predicted the last housing slump) and now we have amateurs posting entirely unsupported opinions on here as well. Average house prices have increased from £158,570 October 2005 to £165,505 today over that 10-year period. Who gives a damn about 2007 prices ? Who said that the 2007 level was a price level to aspire to ? It was an aberration. We bought our present home for £39,950 in 1983. Its current value is £390,000.

The same kind of value increases will occur with houses purchased today, and it is pointless counting short term gains and losses, which are academic unless you are in a business buying and selling houses.

Britain is a small country with the strictest planning controls in Europe. This produces an ongoing shortage of houses, and has done so since the 1960's, resulting inevitably in price inceases as a consequence of interaction of supply and demand. That will continue unless many more homes are built every year. But in fact we are building far fewer homes than we need every year."

I loved the unsupported opinions comment, where upon the muppet goes on to make unsupported opinions that are in a fantasy world. Priceless.

:lol:

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