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With the spring bounce turning into a more of a Stagnant Thud , whats going to happen when we move into traditionally quieter times for home sales? with more and more houses appearing on property bee that im seeing (along with the rumblings im hearing here) combined with the reducing numbers of first time buyers plus the home buyers strike (which im sure will get media attention in the future as it grows)...........The big organisations have got a temporary reprieve with what fizzle they got from the Thud, but are now going to have a hard time explaining what inflation is doing to the value of their homes and savings in the next 6 months not to mention the 0.5%Sword of Damocles hanging over those in mortgage arrears.

What happened on the 10 June 2008 to get so many members flocking? its getting close to june again and im smelling somthin. so what are the dates of the Big Reports

to watch out for? because that graph on the homepage makes it feel like that little weightless feeling when just over the apex of the first Plunge of a Roller Coaster, (The Big One, if you will)

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  • 31st May, land registry.
  • 01 June, BOE Mortgage approvals
  • (around) 3rd June, Halifax HPI
  • 09 June, interest rate decision.
  • 10 June, Academetrics HPI
  • 13 June, Home.co.uk HPI
  • 14 June, RICS survey.
  • 14 June, DCLG HPI.
  • 14 June, inflation figures.
  • 15 June, unemployment figures.
  • 20 June, Rightmove HPI
  • 30 June, Nationwide HPI

There are a few others which I've missed.

Édit: made it prettier :)

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With the spring bounce turning into a more of a Stagnant Thud , whats going to happen when we move into traditionally quieter times for home sales? with more and more houses appearing on property bee that im seeing (along with the rumblings im hearing here) combined with the reducing numbers of first time buyers plus the home buyers strike (which im sure will get media attention in the future as it grows)...........The big organisations have got a temporary reprieve with what fizzle they got from the Thud, but are now going to have a hard time explaining what inflation is doing to the value of their homes and savings in the next 6 months not to mention the 0.5%Sword of Damocles hanging over those in mortgage arrears.

What happened on the 10 June 2008 to get so many members flocking? its getting close to june again and im smelling somthin. so what are the dates of the Big Reports

to watch out for? because that graph on the homepage makes it feel like that little weightless feeling when just over the apex of the first Plunge of a Roller Coaster, (The Big One, if you will)

If you look at the Land Registry historical data, you'll see that in the first part of the crash, the major falls didn't begin until May/Juneish (I posted something previously about how the current trajectory of house prices is pretty much the same as it was in early 2008).

Well done for supporting the Homebuyers' Strike by the way (and there has actually been a little media interest already - watch this space ;) )

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If you look at the Land Registry historical data, you'll see that in the first part of the crash, the major falls didn't begin until May/Juneish (I posted something previously about how the current trajectory of house prices is pretty much the same as it was in early 2008).

Well done for supporting the Homebuyers' Strike by the way (and there has actually been a little media interest already - watch this space ;) )

whats the home buyers strike

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whats the home buyers strike

Its a facebook group set up to take HPC arguments to the wider population, particularly potential buyers, via social networking and hopefully disuade enough of them from buying to apply more downwards pressure on prices (see my sig below for link).

Join and tell your mates too :D

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Its a facebook group set up to take HPC arguments to the wider population, particularly potential buyers, via social networking and hopefully disuade enough of them from buying to apply more downwards pressure on prices (see my sig below for link).

Join and tell your mates too :D

will do. i sold up 2 years ago,got good deposit and hoping like most to pick up a good deal when time is right,we renting at the moment and landlords had this place up for sale ,we leave a page of right move up on laptop with property bee a great tool for buying time.three teenage kids in middle of exams so dont want to be looking for a rental at moment.you guys all seem sure things are going to fall some more, im betting with you.

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