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Rightmove "housing Market Confidence Is Back"

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Miles Sh*tside of Rightmove stated the following

This is not a return to a boom market, but the arrival of the long-awaited soft landing.
Confidence is back, leaving pessimists out in the cold

Rising unemployment, rising interest rates, over priced houses. I would prefer to stay out in the cold than see my personal finances go up in smoke.

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Bullish articles are good!

Seriously, we should be ecstatic each time some-one comes out with another bullish article.

Why? Because the bigger they are, the harder they fall. The more people people stretch themselves beyond their means to buy a house at rediculous prices, the more houses will come to the market in a flood when the crash happens, making prices all the more cheaper.

The more people are stretched, the more that 0.25% increase in interests will hurt.

So sit back and smile in the knowledge that all that the bulls are doing is making things easier for you to get your affordable house. :D

It will just take a bit more patience on our part.

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Bullish articles are good!

Seriously, we should be ecstatic each time some-one comes out with another bullish article.

Why? Because the bigger they are, the harder they fall. The more people people stretch themselves beyond their means to buy a house at rediculous prices, the more houses will come to the market in a flood when the crash happens, making prices all the more cheaper.

The more people are stretched, the more that 0.25% increase in interests will hurt.

So sit back and smile in the knowledge that all that the bulls are doing is making things easier for you to get your affordable house. :D

It will just take a bit more patience on our part.

I agree. The safest thing they could do right now is talk the market down slowly. We have seen this from Nationwide. I suppose Rightmove don't give a monkeys whether there is a crash or not. They just want high turnover.

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Bullish articles are good!

Seriously, we should be ecstatic each time some-one comes out with another bullish article.

Why? Because the bigger they are, the harder they fall. The more people people stretch themselves beyond their means to buy a house at rediculous prices, the more houses will come to the market in a flood when the crash happens, making prices all the more cheaper.

The more people are stretched, the more that 0.25% increase in interests will hurt.

So sit back and smile in the knowledge that all that the bulls are doing is making things easier for you to get your affordable house. :D

It will just take a bit more patience on our part.

More likely to bring on higher interest rates as well (or prevent more cuts)....

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      • down 5% +
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      • Even
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      • up 5%



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