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The Masked Tulip

Fwiiw, Us Houses Just Fell Off A Second Cliff

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Not worth very much, just deepens the mystery of why of all nations this is the only one unable to have a house price crash. Possible watched kettle scenario. Might try looking away for a while :(

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What scares me a bit is everywhere finds the bottom and starts recovery before we even fall.

Will be interesting.

I'm sure the US will get over its fixation on federal government and return to what it's always done, with affordable housing available for people who walked away from stupid mortgages. Europe too, if they can figure out the bankrollers of the piigs - € will survive, but look very different.

But the UK has played its main card - £ devaluation - and there really is nothing else in prospect from the politicians except taxbreaks for the rich and reliance on the banking industry. It's going to get Old Firm - people with no outside enemy turning on themselves.

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What scares me a bit is everywhere finds the bottom and starts recovery before we even fall.

I think we are doing to die by a thousand tiny little cuts and bleed to death over decades.

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What scares me a bit is everywhere finds the bottom and starts recovery before we even fall.

This is a very good point. Whilst other nations go through the pain and reset themselves (a key economic cost is reduced), the UK will remain and be more uncompetitive.

Politics and narrow vested interests trump economic common sense.

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This is a very good point. Whilst other nations go through the pain and reset themselves (a key economic cost is reduced), the UK will remain and be more uncompetitive.

Politics and narrow vested interests trump economic common sense.

That is a grear Question Time type question - would love politicians to answer that one.

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That is a grear Question Time type question - would love politicians to answer that one.

I don't think I've ever heard the house price problem discussed on QT. Too many VIs and too much chance of upsetting the deluded.

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  • 312 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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