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Is The Housing Market About To Party Like 1999?

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Party like it's 1999? More like the final countdown.

That's what the presenter said. Maybe he meant 2003? A lot of house prices round me (BH15) rocketed around that time.

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Party like it's 1999? More like the final countdown.

Depends. Does the bond bubble have any more left in it, or are we 'there' yet?

1999 ....2006 ...2013?

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Summary:

London EA says market mainly going up. Birmingham guy finds the opposite. Brummie EA says he's had no enquiries about Help to Buy.

Presenter suggests media ramping is causing silly inflated asking prices.

Brummie EA hammers The Express property journos for writing ramping nonsense, and spreading misinformation to naive sellers on his patch.

Both EA's agree London is its own micro market, but great variation in housing activity within it.

Whole exchange no more than five minutes - waste of time.

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Summary:

London EA says market mainly going up. Birmingham guy finds the opposite. Brummie EA says he's had no enquiries about Help to Buy.

Presenter suggests media ramping is causing silly inflated asking prices.

Brummie EA hammers The Express property journos for writing ramping nonsense, and spreading misinformation to naive sellers on his patch.

Both EA's agree London is its own micro market, but great variation in housing activity within it.

Whole exchange no more than five minutes - waste of time.

:lol: Better get some ads out with Lenny Henry in them? (For the purists, I know he is not a Brummie)

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London EA says market mainly going up. Birmingham guy finds the opposite. Brummie EA says he's had no enquiries about Help to Buy.

:lol: Better get some ads out with Lenny Henry in them? (For the purists, I know he is not a Brummie)

They could reprise the old ads, "We wunna be togethur (in debt)."

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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%
      • up 5%



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