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House Prices Boost As First-Time Buyers Soar

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Hilarious article! Headline bears no relation to the story that simply reports a survey result on rising numbers of first time buyers looking. Another equally valid interpretation is that more and more people are unable to buy their first home, so are still looking. The headline for that could easily be 'a generation priced out of housing, prices sure to plummet'. What a rag.

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THE number of people hoping to get on the property ladder has reached its highest level for 12 months, a poll reveals today.

In other news the number of people hoping to win the lottery has reached its highest level for 4000 years.

There's been a record increase in the number of people hoping they don't go bankrupt.

Edited by Xurbia

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In other news the number of people hoping to win the lottery has reached its highest level for 4000 years.

There's been a record increase in the number of people hoping they don't got bankrupt.

:)

The number of people who wished they could borrow £100m funny money to buy a superyacht has soared 50% over the last 12 months.

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The number of people who wished they could borrow £100m funny money to buy a superyacht has soared 50% over the last 12 months.

I expect every homeowning Briton will release home equity and buy their own superyacht within the next 12 months!

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Even if FTBers are dipping a toe in, this does not mean the market will go up. They'll be skint with no funds to "develop" and flip the property. They'll be in it for a few years, FOR THEM, ITS NOT AN INVESTMENT. They'll be getting married, having families and settling down, Why? Because they've put it off for years being priced out- I know I'm one of them!

These are stronger hands in the market, who will set new lower prices for streets up and down the country.

Thank god BTL is dead.

We are slowly returning back to normal market conditions. Falls are until 2015.

Edited by Money Spinner

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In the links just below the article:

Also On Express.co.uk

  • Homes remain unsold as prices rise
  • Value of your home is set to jump £10,000

:D:D:D

Edited by DrMartinSanchez

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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