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We can f*** the entire economy cos all you need is to sell houses, innit?

Great news, ref your other thread, my net wealth just rose several thousand £ then! And we just "live" in our house. I put up a new curtain pole in a bedroom the other day, and when finished i could feel the value of the house rise double the £40 it cost to buy the pole from John Lewis. lol.  

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They're dropping in this south coast university town - looks like some student landlords are giving up (always a giveaway when the lounge is described as "bedroom 4"). Saw the first sub-200k house matching my Rightmove search for a couple of years this week.

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like a boat about to go over the waterfall they are gunning the engines and making some good distance against the head-winds

they know the economy has been trashed, but they can gun the engines as hard as they want on the housing market 

a ‘booming’ housing market is one of the few indicators they can control and given the head-winds and pull of the water downwards they need to keep the gas on

no-way will they not extend the tax relief.

at this rate we will be one of the few economies showing huge growth. 

Of course we are due a whole new generation of ‘help’ schemes 

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Is this what Broon meant by no more boom and bust...just perpertually unaffordable shelter and a nation is the pocket of the bankers.

 

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That’s it. He said it for a reason, so perhaps all becomes clear. Add to that phoney Tony’s buying spree, that’s insider trading for sure😄

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Is this what Broon meant by no more boom and bust...just perpertually unaffordable shelter and a nation is the pocket of the bankers.

 

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Funny how when help to buy govt equity loans of 20% of the property value came in, the stable house price ratio went up from 5 to 6 times. Which is 20%.

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Is this what Broon meant by no more boom and bust...just perpertually unaffordable shelter and a nation is the pocket of the bankers.

 

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Note that stamp duty was also suspended between sep 2008 and sep 2009. You can see the effects on this chart...

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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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