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Henry sounds like he's starting to get annoyed. 

He's blocked uk property lion and house price mania recently. 

 

It sounds to me like the party is over and the banks computers are all saying no. 

Read today that the real cut off now for getting a sale pushed through for rhe stamp duty holiday is now 1st November. 

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Henry was forecasting falls in q4 2020 before the stamp duty bung, he isn't an overt bull is he? 

He's always been cynical of the bubble imho, not a schill, one of the good guys. Called out HTB for the scam it is right at the beginning of it.

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I agreed with that till he blocked 2 pro HPC accounts. 

 

That's a pretty minor thing to worry about. Plenty of benign reasons for blocking someone on Twitter. He has a professional profile to consider too.

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That's a pretty minor thing to worry about. Plenty of benign reasons for blocking someone on Twitter. He has a professional profile to consider too.

Id block housepricemania if it weren't me, but uk property lion... No, that reeks of somone who'd rather not advertise the truth about London house prices 

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I don’t really see how the housing market can go anywhere but down and soon. We had accepted the need to go from a 10% deposit to a 20% deposit to get a decent rate (bye bye renovation fund) but to see rates go up by around 30% even for low(ish) LTV mortgages the number of compromises is not just becoming unpalatable but also unaffordable.

I don’t think we can make the offers we would have been able to make a few months or even weeks ago and surely that’s the same for lots of people apart from perhaps equity rich sellers. Even then, chains will come tumbling down when first time buyers and second steppers can’t get the mortgages they would have been able to get before...

It’s now not just that house prices are ridiculous but that the mortgages are rubbish too. 2021 is looking much rosier, at least then the banks might have worked through their backlog and started providing sensible rates again.

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Henry sounds like he's starting to get annoyed. 

He's blocked uk property lion and house price mania recently. 

 

It sounds to me like the party is over and the banks computers are all saying no. 

Read today that the real cut off now for getting a sale pushed through for rhe stamp duty holiday is now 1st November. 

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I guess house price mania is an anonymous account, which allows it to be quite aggressive. If you're twitter account is part of your business brand, like Henry's, he won't want shouty messages in his timeline.

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In all fairness, for a man who’s income relies on the buying/selling of houses he needs a steady/good market. For someone who needs that I’d say his twitter account is quite balanced. He’s hardly going to say that prices should/will collapse because he’ll get no business.

I’d say for a VI he’s got a fairly rounded view.

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In all fairness, for a man who’s income relies on the buying/selling of houses he needs a steady/good market. For someone who needs that I’d say his twitter account is quite balanced. He’s hardly going to say that prices should/will collapse because he’ll get no business.

I’d say for a VI he’s got a fairly rounded view.

Yeah, I'd agreed generally. 

 

 

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I guess house price mania is an anonymous account, which allows it to be quite aggressive. If you're twitter account is part of your business brand, like Henry's, he won't want shouty messages in his timeline.

 

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  • 439 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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