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http://news.uk.msn.com/uk/best-schools-boost-housing-prices

Just found this on MSN. It's perfectly normal to pay £77k over the odds for a home :unsure:

Not seeing it any of that nonsense around us in Bmouth/Poole.

With three high-rated grammars locally, private schooling and perfectly good state primary and secondaries available, I'm seeing reasonably good 3 bed semi-det family homes near me unsold at (for the first time in two years) under £200K.

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Not seeing it any of that nonsense around us in Bmouth/Poole.

With three high-rated grammars locally, private schooling and perfectly good state primary and secondaries available, I'm seeing reasonably good 3 bed semi-det family homes near me unsold at (for the first time in two years) under £200K.

Well buyers had better take a look at this then!

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/news/article-2031331/We-like-pay-live-seaside-Britons-willing-stump-81-premium-coastal-homes.html

Who writes this sh*t? Government backed Journalists?

2 stories of similar nature, of why we should pay over the odds!

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Cheaper to just use that as a deposit for a btl and send them to a normal school, least will have a place pretty much paid for when they finish up and can get even an average job and do ok

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Cheaper to just use that as a deposit for a btl and send them to a normal school, least will have a place pretty much paid for when they finish up and can get even an average job and do ok

It is worrying when a person can recommend investing in a single asset class as an alternative to education.. and that advice be widely accepted as good council.

It suggests that either such advice is wrong, or that the system really is loaded in a way that we will continue to reward investment in a single asset class at the expense of the greater economy indefinitely.

If the latter is indeed true, you have to wonder how long we can all get rich selling each other houses at the expense of production, construction or service provision.

[Edit: SPaG]

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  • 338 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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