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The news blog says it all for Friday, December 09, 2005.

The first headline is "House prices may 'fall' in 2006"

The next headline is "UK house prices 'to rise in 2006'"

No-one has any clue what's going to happen in 2006, so why don't they just shut the feck up, and get on with reporting actual news, not just continual spin.

It really is beyond belief at the moment the number of stories about where the market will be next year. I understand the VI's pumping out the stories because it's their livelihood, but when nearly every story is picked up and reported with NO research as to it's validity, it is just plain, lazy journalism.

RANT OVER (I think !)

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

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The news blog says it all for Friday, December 09, 2005.

The first headline is "House prices may 'fall' in 2006"

The next headline is "UK house prices 'to rise in 2006'"

No-one has any clue what's going to happen in 2006, so why don't they just shut the feck up, and get on with reporting actual news, not just continual spin.

It really is beyond belief at the moment the number of stories about where the market will be next year. I understand the VI's pumping out the stories because it's their livelihood, but when nearly every story is picked up and reported with NO research as to it's validity, it is just plain, lazy journalism.

RANT OVER (I think !)

:angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

In this vein: 2 news articles on page 2 of this week's Exeter "Express and Echo" property supplement:

1st headline: BUILDERS PREPARE FOR SLOWDOWN

2nd headline: 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE OPTIMISTIC

(Guess which was written by an EA)

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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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