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Little chef brazenly advertising a "Price Crash!" - do they know somthing we don't?

Also in R4's "The Archers" they mentioned the property market was bad and one character refused to get further into debt with a second mortgage (not that I'm a regular listener).

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Also in R4's "The Archers" they mentioned the property market was bad and one character refused to get further into debt with a second mortgage (not that I'm a regular listener).

And the locals are getting undercut by migrant labour from Hungary :rolleyes:

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And the locals are getting undercut by migrant labour from Hungary :rolleyes:

I missed that... was there a mob armed with pitchforks and torches?

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Maybe the writers on the Archers are readers of this forum, when I was listening the other night, they said this...(I posted the other day)...

Fictional anecdote...

When I was listening to the Archers tonight (dont listen all the time, so don't know the characters), one of the characters (lady) was telling another character (man) that she had decided to sell her house that she had been renting out. The other character replied by saying it was not a good time to do it, and then a little more into the conversation the lady says, "Yes, I know its not a good time to be selling, as you say, the housing market is as dead as a do-do."

So...even though the BBC's reporting is questionable at times, it seems the writers of the Archers have their finger on the pulse !

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Yes, I heard the Archers too. I wasn't clear whether they were refering to the market or the market at this time of year. But the reluctance about debt was interesting. Trivial maybe but this is the stuff from which popular sentiment is made.

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  • 339 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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