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God bless all those Poles who come here with nothing but blood, sweat and £250k for a 'luxury apartment', they will save the market from itself <_<

No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

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No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

I've looked at these boxes, the rental income doesn't even cover an IO mortgage in most cases, that's before insurance and voids, sadly this is a fact not a 'belief'.

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No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

well if I had bought a flat in phase one of a development at £170,000 I would have been right or perhaps wrong.

Now phase three is selling identical flats at £150,000 I feel a bit more right..

that I can get £10,000 cash back feels a little bit more comfortable..

I felt really right when I managed to get £10,000 more knocked of it in a short conversation.

That was pre sipps..

that was pre BTL mortgage providers backing out..

That was £40,000 of that makes me feel very right..

but... not completly..

not quite yet.

and in a year where sipps was going to save the day we sold less properties then in any year since we had the three day working week.

but don't worry we have immigrants.... that should save the day.. perhaps..

bless you..

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No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

Except...HMO regulations are being tightened up, so cramming 6 poles to a room (or Brazilians, in a real life example I have witnessed) is getting tougher

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i was half interested in another option, but them cameron arrived and hes quite smarmy.

then this. then the lack of any social housing policy. then the lack of any policy.

uk politics is a spent force.

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No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

Immigration causing HPI is the most unsubstantiated belief. I think that you are a little bit confused...

If immigration lowers incomes surely this more than upsets the fact that those people rent a 250K property...

(a lower average wage is bad for HPI)

If immigration is good for the economy then maybe it could have an effect on house prices (but you say that immigration is bad...)

It seems to me that you are trying to connect the two things because it suits your political ideas...

Your arguments are weak...

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well which ever way you cut it. 140,000 new arrivals each year need places to live in.

so we build 140,000 social homes each year ?

im not anti immigration at all, but you have to at least have the basics for them BEFORE they arrive here.

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They are just courting the immigrant vote as usual and sucking up to big business who love an endless stream of workers willing to undercut the indigenous population.

well said but the immigrants are the majority in many of our cities and it’s gone too far to stop it now

Time to look at moving abroad I say

Edited by Justice

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So thats the main incentive for voting Tory removed then :(

Even if mass immigration was financially beneficial to the country then I think its safe to say the majority would be against it, as they can see the effects on society are so negative :angry:

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well said but the immigrants are the majority in many of our cities and it’s gone too far to stop it now

Could you name those cities and give us the immigrant numbers, please? Bearing in mind that the children of immigrants are not themselves immigrants.

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We should stop all the spin and come right out with the plain facts.

We are full up, we dont have enough resources to finance our workers into retirement due to immigration hence the working age going up to 70. We are turning our own away from hospitals due to lack of resources.Forget the idea that immigrants are being brought in to fill the pensions black hole, immigrants retire too, but dont do a full lifetimes service and bring in their elderly families with them. They are to the taxpayer a liablility, to the Gov and Business they are a gift from heaven, cheap labour and gratefull voters.

Immigration in an already overpopulated underresourced Island Nation is complete madness and it should stop right now!!!.

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But in a country where we're aiming for 50% of the population to have a degree, who'll clean the streets and stack the supermarket shelves if we don't bring in cheap foreign labour?

Unless some of those degrees are in Aisle Management?

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We already have mass emmigration, just not quite as high as immigration levels. As the country steadily gets more overcrowed and congestion/costs rocket then quality of life will drop further and emmigration will continue to grow. A lot that are leaving are the well off and skilled and able - they have to be to get entry into most countries that they are emmigrating to. Having a stab at the figure, let's say £100K person leaving, that would be 200Kx£100K - about £20Bn of equity/savings leaving every year - not a small sum.

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The problem we have is that Blair is a serious socialist, however many fail to see through the smoke and mirrors.

He puts out an image of being all things to all people. However he has frisked the working classes in true socialist style. He has made sure they no longer have a voice, he has made them entirely dependent on the state by over taxation and then handing back a few crumbs via tax credits.

In Blairs world the gameplan is to lower the standards to have parity with the rest of the failed socialist nations of the world. This is acheived by mass immigration to push wages down, and over taxation to keep control of the population.

In short the pub talk that anyone could be forgiven for thinking Blair is ruining the nation is not just talk but fact. The whole game plan is to knock the UK off from its previous lofty perch and eject it into the failed world of Socialism and the poverty that goes with it. Why else would he have asset stripped the nation, and borrowed so much that it would be impossible to ever pay it back?.

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No, but a £250k apartment can be rented to increased numbers of them, giving a nice yield and supporting the price! How long can bears be wrong before they start to question thier reglioius beliefs?

don't know what you mean by wrong? - oh, i see, you mean the indices show prices rising - sorry to disappoint but around here prices are definitely coming down - who gives a toss what the indices say

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Is it still legal to be opposed to the government's mass immigration policy?

Legally I guess you can be opposed to it in your own mind but voicing that opinion is now almost certain to be illegal !

Personally I'm all for this immigration - they keep the police busy and boost the crime figures, also they give our underworked health staff something to do looking after the new aids and TB patients entering from Africa and Asia.

We also need more Indian and Turkish fast food take aways - I passed through a small village yesterday which only had three - where's the choice there?

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Why else would he have asset stripped the nation, and borrowed so much that it would be impossible to ever pay it back?.

Eh? UK public debt is well under control -- it's about 38% of GDP. That's like earning £30,000 per year and having a £11,500 mortgage -- no problem at all. Look to Italy for unmanageable public debt, not the UK.

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who'll clean the streets and stack the supermarket shelves if we don't bring in cheap foreign labour?

To justify the mass immigration we are told that we need these people to do menial jobs that we wont (like cleaners etc), but the immigrants now want decent jobs - and thats resulting in positive discrimination where companies are forced to employ so many foreigners.

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trouble is with that 'they sweep the streets for £5ph' argument is at £5ph you cant live anywhere thats not a council house/flat. now they are all gone no one (in london) can really manage on £5ph.

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trouble is with that 'they sweep the streets for £5ph' argument is at £5ph you cant live anywhere thats not a council house/flat. now they are all gone no one (in london) can really manage on £5ph.

Unless they share a room with five others for a combined income of £240 a day, for an 8 hour day (probably longer) and before tax (if they pay any). I get the feeling that this is how they manage on £5ph.

If some people are prepared to do these jobs at £5ph then perhaps anyone asking to be paid more is being unrealistic.

I have no experience of what the situation actually is though, so I could be way off!

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