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The NAEA turd-polishing begins

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It's got it all: 

"We see this every year."

"During the summer months, the market is typically quieter, as buyers and sellers head abroad in search of sun."

"The number of properties available to buy increased by 12% in May, as sellers anticipated a summer slow-down and raced to get offers secured"


Just to be absolutely clear, this is NOT the start of a crash. Sounds like the buyers went on holiday before the sellers...


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1 minute ago, LetsBuild said:

Purchases by FTB down 26% YoY. I thought they were meant to be the suckers - well they ain’t falling for it - ha.

Is that still with the taxpayer underwriting 20-40% of the magicked up DEBT? Hmmm these scumbag FTBs need putting in their box somehow


They need to make it a mental health condition “DEBT autism” or some such “patients exhibit paranoid tendencies towards taking on DEBT” 


then they can send you off to the docs to prescribe you some pharmaceuticals  if you don’t sign up for a truckload of the stuff like a good little serf...


its practically an informal thing already when you think how “renters” are portrayed vs “homeowners” dirt class citizens vs hardworking doing the right thing DEBTmonkeys 

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