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ALMOST 2,000 people in Wales face losing their homes between now and Christmas, we can reveal – the equivalent of 36 people every day.

At a time when most anticipate the arrival of Christmas cards on their doormats and enjoying festive fun with family and friends, Shelter Cymru has warned that many face a bleak winter.

The charity estimates 1,985 people in Wales could receive written notices threatening the loss of their house in the run up to Christmas.

Read More http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/11/06/thousands-face-threat-of-eviction-in-wales-91466-29727796/#ixzz1d0oFaAGU

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ALMOST 2,000 people in Wales face losing their homes between now and Christmas, we can reveal – the equivalent of 36 people every day.

At a time when most anticipate the arrival of Christmas cards on their doormats and enjoying festive fun with family and friends, Shelter Cymru has warned that many face a bleak winter.

The charity estimates 1,985 people in Wales could receive written notices threatening the loss of their house in the run up to Christmas.

Read More http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/11/06/thousands-face-threat-of-eviction-in-wales-91466-29727796/#ixzz1d0oFaAGU

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cra@p time of year for it to happen.all the councils are on christmas 'go even slower'.

It is November and already you can see signs of public and even private sector bodies slowing down for the great Dec/Jan shut-down.

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Sucks, but if prices are to come down we need more of this... so actually good. The "homeless" part is a transition state. Occupant can't afford home (rent or mortgage) so gets kicked out, but an empty home is a massive liability so it gets resold or re-let at a lower price people can afford. Homeless person can now afford a home.

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Sucks, but if prices are to come down we need more of this... so actually good. The "homeless" part is a transition state. Occupant can't afford home (rent or mortgage) so gets kicked out, but an empty home is a massive liability so it gets resold or re-let at a lower price people can afford. Homeless person can now afford a home.

No Nationalist we don't need lots of this. Prices are already coming down in real terms in a slow and controlled manner. In a few years we will be at a sustainable level where prices will start to move up rather than down. Unfortunately for youngsters who are not on the housing ladder the needs of the many (even if they are feckless) outweigh the needs of the few.

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No Nationalist we don't need lots of this. Prices are already coming down in real terms in a slow and controlled manner. In a few years we will be at a sustainable level where prices will start to move up rather than down. Unfortunately for youngsters who are not on the housing ladder the needs of the many (even if they are feckless) outweigh the needs of the few.

So are wages....

Could you explain your thinking behind this please?

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