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This is probably the best illustration that I have seen of the problem. Surely, everybody* must understand that this is bad?

*obvious exception of David Cameron who wont be happy until all areas are red and a new colour has been invented for London/SE.

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This is probably the best illustration that I have seen of the problem. Surely, everybody* must understand that this is bad?

*obvious exception of David Cameron who wont be happy until all areas are red and a new colour has been invented for London/SE.

Everyone send a copy to the Chancellor, PM and Steff on BBC Breakfast.....THEY JUST DO NOT GET IT.

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That's an interesting picture indeed and illustrates that my fears since circa 2000 weren't the product of a diseased mind.

What's funny though in knowing some of the context behind it. During that time mortgage "innovation" such as widespread io, longer terms, 100% plus mortgages etc. Allowed a veneer of "affordability". Now obsborne and his mental friends want to continue the trend by giving banks my money so people can borrow and pay more for the pleasure of doing so to those banks.

George Osborne is selling people into slavery.

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That's an interesting picture indeed and illustrates that my fears since circa 2000 weren't the product of a diseased mind.

What's funny though in knowing some of the context behind it. During that time mortgage "innovation" such as widespread io, longer terms, 100% plus mortgages etc. Allowed a veneer of "affordability". Now obsborne and his mental friends want to continue the trend by giving banks my money so people can borrow and pay more for the pleasure of doing so to those banks.

George Osborne is selling people into slavery.

Hi mentalfloss. Welcome to the forum, and well said.

For me, this is a much stronger visual illustration of the bubble than any line plot (like the one on the HPC front page). It is simple, objective and striking. As such, it should work to open the eyes of the uninitated.

I agree with plummet expert that this needs to be seen as widely as possible. Please pass it on. I'd like to see it stickied here too.

Q

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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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