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Henry Prior On Bbc Breakfast - "housing Recession"

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Did anyone else see this this morning? Responding to yesterday's figures on HEW, Prior talked frankly about six months worth of falls, saying that in any other sector this would be called a recession. BBC getting the message out to the masses at last!

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What does Henry Pryror do now days? What was he introduced as?I know he used to be an estate agent. It's being very bearish lately. I like him :)

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Did anyone else see this this morning? Responding to yesterday's figures on HEW, Prior talked frankly about six months worth of falls, saying that in any other sector this would be called a recession. BBC getting the message out to the masses at last!

Thats him off the payroll of the BBC then :lol:

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What does Henry Pryror do now days? What was he introduced as?I know he used to be an estate agent. It's being very bearish lately. I like him :)

I think I've only ever seen him described as a 'buying agent', which means that he's a VI for falling prices. Quite refreshing.

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It was some time ago now, but I have heard Henry on Radio 5's early morning "Wake up to Money" programme.

Good to hear his views have made it to the BBC Breakfast show audience.

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Did anyone else see this this morning? Responding to yesterday's figures on HEW, Prior talked frankly about six months worth of falls, saying that in any other sector this would be called a recession. BBC getting the message out to the masses at last!

...it's not a housing recession...typical BBC speak.....it is housing reality with more to come.... :rolleyes:

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When Henry comes on the TV these days I insist everyone in the room freezes so I can hang on his every word. It's like the end of an episode of Police Squad..

...aha, so there's chaos going on in the background while you're frozen? :P

(The chimpanzee ending springs to mind!)

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...aha, so there's chaos going on in the background while you're frozen? :P

(The chimpanzee ending springs to mind!)

No, the chimpanzee freezes as well. He knows there's a banana in it for him if he's quiet.

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Arh the mentality of it all cracks me up.

Had some bloke on who thinks house prices will go up because the UK is an island. Well france for example isn't an island but I don't see how they can increase the land mass of the their country.

And taking money "out" of their house by increasing the mortgage, wtf are these people on, increasing the mortgage is having tomorrows wages today with the house acting as security incase you have no wages tomorrow.

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