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Now Sipps Has Gone, Would It Have Made A Big Impact?

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When SIPPS was still on the cards many people on this site were saying it would have made only a small impact on the market. Now Crash Gordon has removed the possibility, then in hindsight, would that really have been the case? It seems to me that there was indeed quite a lot of money waiting to be poured into property within this wrapper.

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When SIPPS was still on the cards many people on this site were saying it would have made only a small impact on the market. Now Crash Gordon has removed the possibility, then in hindsight, would that really have been the case? It seems to me that there was indeed quite a lot of money waiting to be poured into property within this wrapper.

Personally I think it was more of a VI stick to beat those looking to buy, something along the lines of....

"Well with SIPPS comming in now is the time to buy before things pick up again".

I don't think it was a case of what it would have done directly but rather what peoples perception of what it might do.

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Personally I think it was more of a VI stick to beat those looking to buy, something along the lines of....

"Well with SIPPS comming in now is the time to buy before things pick up again".

I don't think it was a case of what it would have done directly but rather what peoples perception of what it might do.

Exactly.

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Short term - maybe

Long term - no

short term-yes(many were buying THIS YEAR,for sipps purposes.....they are stuffed!!!)

long term-yes(see above for forced sellers!!!!,coupled with massive stamp duty bills)

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