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Your Three Year Forecast

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I'd be interested to hear people's views on where they think property prices will be in three years time, and why.

To keep it comparable I'm looking for your forecast on changes to the average property price in England and Wales, in nominal terms.

Be interesting to also hear peoples opinions on regional differences.

My forecast

I think the average property price will unfortunately be somewhere around 10% higher.

London looks susceptible to falls, and I can see oversea buyers drying up

I can see demand remaining high outside of London, with a small increase to borrowing costs putting a dampener on too much inflation

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In real terms I expect house prices in England and Wales to be 15%+ down on today. This sharp ish fall is political so as to permit a house price bounce before the 2020 election.

I see the bottom in 2025 to 2035

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Do you mean in GBP? I think no sharp up or downs, maybe -10% /+10% (excluding London which could go mental again either way).

However, I am certain a GBP collapse against gold, USD, etc etc, will happen, and perhaps in the next 3 years. If so, real prices could be down another 30-50%

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