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It's all a bit crazy at the moment.

MMR...but more mortgages being give out.

No pay rises...house prices shooting up

FLS cut.....more lending.

IR will rise.....no rate rises

Jobless numbers falling....no jobs

The BoE are vigilant...london house prices at bubble levels shoot up another 20%

HTB denounced as a terrible idea....elected PM acts as an estate agent plugging the scheme.

London price up...Foxtons/builders share prices down.

US Tapering....Stock market dropping

Mortgage approvals up...land registry sales volumes figure not changed much.

MSM starting to say crash coming....everyone rejoicing in new bubble prices

Rightmove/Property bee clearly showing a change....Halifax shoots up.

Cost of living/London house prices insane...Tory minister quits due to un-affordable living costs.

I think everyone would agree this is all very confusing. My question...what does everyone think is really going on ?

Is this the fall our from money printing, are we going Zimbabwe ?

Is it the last hooray before the election ?

Can prices really go up further ?

The last 18 months have defied any logic and I can scarcely believe what has happened.

Please, will someone please explain it to me/us ?

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You'd better hold onto something..... HPC is coming.

Pump and dump.

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There is an election next May and that is all that matters.

So they are being all things to all men...meanwhile they are helping themselves to massive unearned untaxed money and screwing over our futures in the process?

It could be that simple.

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I've no idea what's really going on!

The list on the original post just highlights the stupidity of humanity IMO.

What can we expect though from those running things?

Not a lot IMO. Can you envisage world "leaders" taking time out to think about the state of affairs on planet earth and coming up with some ideas on how to make it a better place? I can't.

Humans need shelter, food and water. Basic needs!

The majority of people spend their lives striving for basic needs.

IMO this grinds people down and destroys creativity and productivity.

Until there's economic collapse or some other big disaster that forces change the "leaders" will carry on as normal.

Life to me feels like being on a slow motion out of control train that I know is going to crash sometime but I wonder when and just how bad it's going to be!

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It's all a bit crazy at the moment.

MMR...but more mortgages being give out.

No pay rises...house prices shooting up

FLS cut.....more lending.

IR will rise.....no rate rises

Jobless numbers falling....no jobs

The BoE are vigilant...london house prices at bubble levels shoot up another 20%

HTB denounced as a terrible idea....elected PM acts as an estate agent plugging the scheme.

London price up...Foxtons/builders share prices down.

US Tapering....Stock market dropping

Mortgage approvals up...land registry sales volumes figure not changed much.

MSM starting to say crash coming....everyone rejoicing in new bubble prices

Rightmove/Property bee clearly showing a change....Halifax shoots up.

Cost of living/London house prices insane...Tory minister quits due to un-affordable living costs.

I think everyone would agree this is all very confusing. My question...what does everyone think is really going on ?

Is this the fall our from money printing, are we going Zimbabwe ?

Is it the last hooray before the election ?

Can prices really go up further ?

The last 18 months have defied any logic and I can scarcely believe what has happened.

Please, will someone please explain it to me/us ?

Whoa, you are making my head spin! :P Totally agree, I've also been feeling like this.

However, there is far too much talk in the media about house prices possibly going down. If it was to happen after they pointed out the possibility, that would be a first! Far more likely that all this goes away and they report a crash in a few year, way after it happens. I'm sure they will be far too busy reporting on something else in the meanwhile (did someone mention 'black swan' :P)!

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It's all a bit crazy at the moment.

MMR...but more mortgages being give out.

No pay rises...house prices shooting up

FLS cut.....more lending.

IR will rise.....no rate rises

Jobless numbers falling....no jobs

The BoE are vigilant...london house prices at bubble levels shoot up another 20%

HTB denounced as a terrible idea....elected PM acts as an estate agent plugging the scheme.

London price up...Foxtons/builders share prices down.

US Tapering....Stock market dropping

Mortgage approvals up...land registry sales volumes figure not changed much.

MSM starting to say crash coming....everyone rejoicing in new bubble prices

Rightmove/Property bee clearly showing a change....Halifax shoots up.

Cost of living/London house prices insane...Tory minister quits due to un-affordable living costs.

I think everyone would agree this is all very confusing. My question...what does everyone think is really going on ?

Is this the fall our from money printing, are we going Zimbabwe ?

Is it the last hooray before the election ?

Can prices really go up further ?

The last 18 months have defied any logic and I can scarcely believe what has happened.

Please, will someone please explain it to me/us ?

As always, you hit the nail on the head.This is symptomatic of any nation.This destruction of everything in society will go to infinity because incompetent evil imbeciles will continue to govern incompetent evil imbeciles.

The end result is the destruction of anything good that came out of western world including capitalism,socialism,democracy,...

The self contradicting news pumped out by the VI's and their Governments and media are just another symptom of the fast approaching end.

Age of pharaohs is upon us. In the 21st century humanity decided to revert back several thousand years and they love it.

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With latest poll showing Labour pulling ahead, expect Osborne to pull out another rabbit from the housing ponzi hat.

My bet is a reduction in stamp duty and a nice up lift of the higher rate tax threshold.

What Osborne needs to realise it's the housing ponzi/debt/cost of living/serving the rich/lies about immigfration/banker support/london centric policies/etc/etc/etc that is turning people against the tories.

There are no end of people on here that voted for them at the last election and i'd wage none will vote for them this time. If that pattern is being followed across the country the , already minority, tory government wont win anything.

But hey ho, maybe that's their plan.

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conflicting data is consistent with a market reaching a turning point, no?

This...in economics, a time of conflicting "evidence" of future direction is a "crisis"...others call it an "inflection point".

Logical really, as the two "forces" are in balance...one will win out and "unbalance" is restored.

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This...in economics, a time of conflicting "evidence" of future direction is a "crisis"...others call it an "inflection point".

Logical really, as the two "forces" are in balance...one will win out and "unbalance" is restored.

Whoo-hoo. there is only one winner!!!

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