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Doubts Over Spring Homebuying

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Britain`s biggest building society sent shudders through the estate agency industry today with a warning that the traditional spring rush of homebuyers could fail to materialise this year.

Shock For The EA Industry

House prices fell in February for the first time in eight months after a strong start to the year, a report said on Tuesday, suggesting a recent pick-up in the property market may not be sustained.

That took the annual rate of increase down to 3.7 percent from 4.4 in January.

House Prices Fall In February

Feb2006.pdf

Feb2006.pdf

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NO !!!...[hold hands in front of face]

nn.nn.n.n.n...not the dreaded....spring bounce again ???

is it a bird ?

is it a plane ?

no. it isnt anything.

this is the battle of the bulge.

this is the bounce of our time. a bounce too far.

a bridge over the river bounce.

no bounce is good bounce.

they cant hold their breath any longer. they must surface for air......

watch this space....

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so we have had years of vi ramping the house buying market now we will have to endure plenty from the house renting sector same old reasons wheeled out,get renting now before they all go,theres a shortage of rental properties blah blah first time buyers cant afford to buy therefore great demand from them blah blah re-create the stampede to buy to the stampede to rent......p.s dont tell anyone though,there is a glut of places to rent and more coming on stream everyday so no rush :D:P:D

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Funny how suddenly things turn around.

All the news reports out yesterday were very bullish - todays release from Nationwide seems to have brought things back to reality ;)

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  • 337 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%
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      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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