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Good afternoon.

A dispatch from the market (or one of the many markets in the UK). Just returned from trip to S Yorks having been monitoring the market for 18 months. On the whole, I've been the lone (potential) buyer. This last two weeks, I have had trouble getting appointments to see houses. Also, offers at asking price have been coming in on properties that have been on the market ~ 1 year.

False dawn a la Australia Q1-2 2003 or second wind?

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Good afternoon.

A dispatch from the market (or one of the many markets in the UK). Just returned from trip to S Yorks having been monitoring the market for 18 months. On the whole, I've been the lone (potential) buyer. This last two weeks, I have had trouble getting appointments to see houses. Also, offers at asking price have been coming in on properties that have been on the market ~ 1 year.

False dawn a la Australia Q1-2 2003 or second wind?

How about sucker's rally? Just means more people will get hammered when global liquidity growth hits 0%. We're on about 3 % now. It's fallen from a high of 20% in mid 2004.

No more money sloshing around = House Price Crash.

And it'll be happening sooner rather than later!

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How about sucker's rally? Just means more people will get hammered when global liquidity growth hits 0%. We're on about 3 % now. It's fallen from a high of 20% in mid 2004.

No more money sloshing around = House Price Crash.

And it'll be happening sooner rather than later!

Hmm... that post-rate cut blip felt like a suckers rally... this feels a bit different.

Good point on liquidity: we've been cutting sovency for clients for 18 months. There's still plenty of money for AAA risk though (like housing...)

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