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Northern Rock forecast modest gains in house prices this year.

A quote from Chief exec Adam Applegarth - "We expect prices to rise in line with earnings, about 3 or 4 percent".

Yet another year waiting for a crash!

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Northern Rock forecast modest gains in house prices this year.

A quote from Chief exec Adam Applegarth - "We expect prices to rise in line with earnings, about 3 or 4 percent".

Yet another year waiting for a crash!

Northern Rock sell mortgages.

Are they really going to pump out a negative figure? :rolleyes:

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Northern Rock forecast modest gains in house prices this year.

A quote from Chief exec Adam Applegarth - "We expect prices to rise in line with earnings, about 3 or 4 percent".

Yet another year waiting for a crash!

I expect people to be forecasting prise rises as the crash happens.... they were forecasting rises with the dot com crash. :rolleyes:

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Northern Rock sell mortgages.

Are they really going to pump out a negative figure? :rolleyes:

Second-hand Car salesman:

"Second-hand Car sales expected to rise this year"

B&Q Diy:

DIY slaes expected to rise this year

Sony plasma tv:

"Plasma screen tv sales expeted to rise this year"

Northern Rock Mortgages:

Mortgage sales a.k.a. House prices expected to rise this year"

Anyone care to spot the difference? ;)

Edited by A Fool & His Borrowed Money

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Northern Rock sell mortgages.

Are they really going to pump out a negative figure? :rolleyes:

Self evident it would seem (but not to some alas, hence this pointless thread).

Increases were forecast all through the last crash as well.

Yawn. Seen it all before.

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Northern Rock have also been among the most aggressive and reckless lenders of money in the last few years.

I would not be surprised if they have one of the most risky loan books in the business.

125%+ mortgage anyone..... you can with Northern Rock.

If I had to pick a lender that would be very exposed in a housing crash then I'd pick NR.

Now why were they saying that the housing market is going to rise???? :D:D:D:D:D:P

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