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A good old fashioned bear breakfast on Wake Up To Money this morning. House prices first with some listener stories and a studio guest then onto some banker bashing in the second half of the program.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0070lr5 (iPlayer available later.)

The 'lack of supply' argument came up a couple of times.

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A good old fashioned bear breakfast on Wake Up To Money this morning. House prices first with some listener stories and a studio guest then onto some banker bashing in the second half of the program.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0070lr5 (iPlayer available later.)

The 'lack of supply' argument came up a couple of times.

What lack of supply is this then? There are more houses on the Market this winter than there were last spring and it's now on the up again :) (according to my data for Essex)

There is only a lack of supply if prices are low and people can actually buy.

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Just did a seach on RM for houses in my range (£220-£270k) wthin 5 miles of my postcode (East of Brighton):

"256 properties for sale found"

Word to describe supply in the jewell in HPI Crown, Sunny Sussex: AWASH.

Prognosis for prices in the months and years ahead: DOWN.

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There is a very good HPC style rant starting at about 10 minutes in from someone called Alpesh Patel. Worth a listen.

I had no idea who he was and at first he seemed to be ranting a bit, I think towards the end though he started to make a bit of sense with what he was saying.

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