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If we compare history of the 1988 crash, 1992 ERM crisis and 1996 best property buying opportunity. As we know this part of history was localized to the UK.

What are the indicators (and contra-indicators) that the same thing is simply repeating but on a larger scale ?

During the entire time circa 1989-1994 a "recession" was in force. If the 2007/2008 events are the same as the 1988 trigger.

All smells the same to me. Does this mean a property buying window is about to open up in 2015/2016 ? Time to save.

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If we compare history of the 1988 crash, 1992 ERM crisis and 1996 best property buying opportunity. As we know this part of history was localized to the UK.

What are the indicators (and contra-indicators) that the same thing is simply repeating but on a larger scale ?

During the entire time circa 1989-1994 a "recession" was in force. If the 2007/2008 events are the same as the 1988 trigger.

All smells the same to me. Does this mean a property buying window is about to open up in 2015/2016 ? Time to save.

Yes.

The entire UK economy is hanging over the edge of a cliff. The only thing stopping it from falling is artificially low interest rates. I wouldn't worry about inflation too much unless it pushes wages up. Otherwise I'd save and wait for a buying opportunity.

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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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