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Answer this simple question...

If there isn't a problem with the housing market today, why is every piece of performance data being scrutinised upon its release by the whole media machine,

18 months ago, did we get weekly reports on the state of the housing market, disection of rightmove, halifax, nationwide, ODPM, Land registry, Articles in sunday newspapers etc etc... every time one was released

NO.

It is clear that panic is setting in with the VI's, otherwise it wouldn't be so closely watched.

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Answer this simple question...

If there isn't a problem with the housing market today, why is every piece of performance data being scrutinised upon its release by the whole media machine,

18 months ago, did we get weekly reports on the state of the housing market, disection of rightmove, halifax, nationwide, ODPM, Land registry, Articles in sunday newspapers etc etc... every time one was released

NO.

It is clear that panic is setting in with the VI's, otherwise it wouldn't be so closely watched.

The answer to your simple question is that this is the way it has always been. You have fallen victim to the media machine who's job it is, is to sell papers and advertising space......

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    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%
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