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House Prices Rise ! - No Crash Then?

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Although Rics said that more surveyors were reporting price falls than rises in September, it said the scale of the decline was the smallest for about a year.

Crikey - better go out and arrange a mortgage now! Anybody know any good deals?

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Crikey - better go out and arrange a mortgage now! Anybody know any good deals?

btp

Go for an interest only. You don't have to pay back any of the money that you've borrowed so the house is free.... :D.

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Need i say more - so whens the big HPC then?

'First house price rise in 18 months'

By Philip Thornton, Economics Correspondent

Published: 18 October 2005

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you might want to check the spelling in your avatar - will probably make you feel a bit stupid when you spot it

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Need i say more - so whens the big HPC then?

'First house price rise in 18 months'

By Philip Thornton, Economics Correspondent

Published: 18 October 2005

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Can you post a link to whatever you've read.

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Need i say more - so whens the big HPC then?

'First house price rise in 18 months'

By Philip Thornton, Economics Correspondent

Published: 18 October 2005

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Another dumfer bull.

Jeez, I realise there's one born every minute but do they ALL have to come here and tell us how smart they are?

Independent article

Kissmyb,

You do realise that report is about the RICS survey - the one that says surveyor say house prices are still falling... but they THINK they MIGHT start to rise?

There is a thread all about it. Feel free to "say more" on that thread (assuming you have anything even vaguely intelligent to add).

I guess you've never heard the phrase: "bull markets climb up a wall of worry, while bear markets slide down a wall of hope".

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Another dumfer bull.

Jeez, I realise there's one born every minute but do they ALL have to come here and tell us how smart they are?

Independent article

Kissmyb,

You do realise that report is about the RICS survey - the one that says surveyor say house prices are still falling... but they THINK they MIGHT start to rise?

There is a thread all about it. Feel free to "say more" on that thread (assuming you have anything even vaguely intelligent to add).

I guess you've never heard the phrase: "bull markets climb up a wall of worry, while bear markets slide down a wall of hope".

Ahhh that article, I was getting confused with the article he wrote on the 29/9/05.

The UK economy: Things can only get tougher

Retail sales hit 22-year low. Growth at 12-year low. Inflation at nine-year high. Unemployment rising

By Philip Thornton, Economics Correspondent

Published: 29 September 2005

Or maybe a few months (15 March 2005 )back when he was happy to write...

Lehman puts housing crash risk at one-in-four

By Philip Thornton Economics Correspondent

15 March 2005

Never mind ey

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It makes perfect sense when you think about it - demand is down because prices are too high, so prices are going up! I have to say i'm waiting for prices to go up before i buy - the higher the better in my eyes. Now i'm off to get myself a few credit cards.

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