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Friend emailed me this from Scotland. For quite a while there's only been two boards. All of a sudden another 4 have sprung up.

On the other side of the road there are three apparently. Look like the BTL market may just be oversupplied!

Doesn't look good.

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Friend emailed me this from Scotland. For quite a while there's only been two boards. All of a sudden another 4 have sprung up.

On the other side of the road there are three apparently. Look like the BTL market may just be oversupplied!

Doesn't look good.

Looks good to me! :lol:

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Friend emailed me this from Scotland. For quite a while there's only been two boards. All of a sudden another 4 have sprung up.

On the other side of the road there are three apparently. Look like the BTL market may just be oversupplied!

Doesn't look good.

Coming soon to an area near you!

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London house price slide causes mass panic

Drop of 0.1 per cent sparks national state of emergency

The cabinet called an emergency session last night after news broke that property prices in London may have fallen for the first time in allowable memory (pre-1995).

As thousands of middle-class Londoners roamed the avenues of the capital, tapping quite loudly on the windows of branches of Foxtons and threatening to take their names off mailing lists, there were worries that things could soon spiral out of control.

One senior Scotland Yard officer admitted to being concerned by the mood in the metropolis, but even more concerned that the value of his rather nice four-bed semi in Dulwich might be heading down the tubes.

A veteran junior estate agent in Walthamstow declared things to be "worse than in the Great Depression of Christmas last year when everyone went on holiday for two weeks leaving us with nothing to do."

Statements put out by Whitehall officials that a "correction" in prices is both "necessary and desirable" have been laughed off by home-owners well aware that the Roman Empire started to collapse once palaces in the St Albans area fell below the psychologically significant 1,000 denarius level.

However after studying the figures in more depth a relieved Tony Blair is said to have told colleagues: "Hey hold on, it's not so bad. Prices in other parts of the country seem to be holding up okay. Bristol, for one. Maybe we don't need to do anything."

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London house price slide causes mass panic

Drop of 0.1 per cent sparks national state of emergency

The cabinet called an emergency session last night after news broke that property prices in London may have fallen for the first time in allowable memory (pre-1995).

As thousands of middle-class Londoners roamed the avenues of the capital, tapping quite loudly on the windows of branches of Foxtons and threatening to take their names off mailing lists, there were worries that things could soon spiral out of control.

One senior Scotland Yard officer admitted to being concerned by the mood in the metropolis, but even more concerned that the value of his rather nice four-bed semi in Dulwich might be heading down the tubes.

A veteran junior estate agent in Walthamstow declared things to be "worse than in the Great Depression of Christmas last year when everyone went on holiday for two weeks leaving us with nothing to do."

Statements put out by Whitehall officials that a "correction" in prices is both "necessary and desirable" have been laughed off by home-owners well aware that the Roman Empire started to collapse once palaces in the St Albans area fell below the psychologically significant 1,000 denarius level.

However after studying the figures in more depth a relieved Tony Blair is said to have told colleagues: "Hey hold on, it's not so bad. Prices in other parts of the country seem to be holding up okay. Bristol, for one. Maybe we don't need to do anything."

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    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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