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Perception Is The Key

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The Press.

First of all, this article from a major VI admits that perception is the only thing that will raise prices and stop the market from continuing to fail

http://news.independent.co.uk/business/new...ticle336809.ece

Now all we need is a press source to admit that they give precedence to VI's..

Ideally this would not be an independent press source either, it would be one we pay for directly and work under strict charter to the government...

This thread shows the BBC guilty of just that.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...opic=21553&st=0

below are excerpts from a BBC Reply to a complaint to Underpressuretobuy's quality complaint.

"A lot of the activity in financial markets - not just property, but

stocks, bonds and currencies as well - is driven by forecasts, e.g. from

analysts, ratings agencies, economists."

"On balance the views of the country's largest mortgage lender are of

more importance than that of a group of City economists - although both

are worth reporting."

Now the sipps anouncement was not followed by the "Who is left to buy now?" comments you would expect from the news reporting and not shaping news also where were the reports about the BTL mortgage providers dropping new builds due to "Valuation difficulties" "Over Supply" "cash back leaving them with overvalued properties and effectivly 100% mortgages"

only VI spin which they now have admitted to.

So the only question is, we now have the loaded gun, and not a rusty old pistol, this bad boy would be carried by clint eastwood.. What do we do?

What do we now do to have the BBC report fairly without giving weight to those with most to loose..?

They have admitted in writting that is exactly what they do.

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http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...opic=21553&st=0

below are excerpts from a BBC Reply to a complaint to Underpressuretobuy's quality complaint.

"A lot of the activity in financial markets - not just property, but

stocks, bonds and currencies as well - is driven by forecasts, e.g. from

analysts, ratings agencies, economists."

Another day, another opportunity to drive the activity in the property market.

The following article is about consumer debt but that doesn't mean the property market doesn't get a mention.

BBC News Article

Other figures from the Bank of England point to a continued pick-up in the property market this coming year.

I love the closing statement on their article entitled "Equity Release Plans Criticised"

Equity release plans criticised

Ray Boulger, of mortgage brokers John Charcol, suggested the criticisms by Which? were irresponsible.

"They have a responsibility to be balanced," he said. "They could equally have said the schemes can be good value, flexible and enhance your lifestyle in retirement."

Edited by underpressuretobuy

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actually i have a feeling perception cant hold back things for ever, people are running out of money, its affecting businesses, you can only borrow so much.

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