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"house Prices Crash By 25%"

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Yes, I have noticed a number of adverts for PRICE CRASH on a how many of things of late.

Maybe its just that we are looking out for that phrase? Bit like when you get an unusual car, and you suddenly see many more of them than you used to.

I know that the papers are taking the line, crash averted, carry on as usual, but if I were a recent FTB I would still be very concerned that prices could still crash.

It might not keep them awake at night, but now that price inflation has stalled, they might prefer not to talk about the possibility of a crash.

THere are countless examples on here of people being irrationally angry when faced with the subject of falling prices. :D

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Probably every one is starting to acknowledge the fact that in the UK, the term 'house' includes green house as well as garages! future generations may have to think about living in them :ph34r:

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The word "crash" is starting to become part of the psyche when talk turns to house prices. Most people know its going to happen but many try to imagine it never will. Advertisers know its a way to capture attention that is why they are using it more in ads.

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I know that the papers are taking the line, crash averted, carry on as usual, but if I were a recent FTB I would still be very concerned that prices could still crash.

Does the pope pray !

It’s not a question about ‘if’ or ‘when’ but more a question of how will Brown deal with it.

Could let inflation rip and devalue the £pound or tuff it out and face riots on the streets from the public sector but at the end of the day your house will buy you less BMW’s than it does today.

Britain was faced with a recession back in 2000 but decided to party on borrowed money and now it’s time to pay the tab and that IMHO will be a depression not a recession.

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  • 301 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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