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If Stocks Fall Out Of Favour.... Does Hpi Spring Back ?

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Could a crash in stocks signal a higher percentage of investment back into real estate ? Thus re igniting massive property increases..... What is the possibility ???

Is this what happened last time ? Or did the lowering of rates and the forseeable economic climate play a big enough part to prevent it this time around ?....... Is there cause for concern among STR or FTBs ? Or cause for celebration in the BTL camp ?

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Could a crash in stocks signal a higher percentage of investment back into real estate ? Thus re igniting massive property increases..... What is the possibility ???

Is this what happened last time ? Or did the lowering of rates and the forseeable economic climate play a big enough part to prevent it this time around ?....... Is there cause for concern among STR or FTBs ? Or cause for celebration in the BTL camp ?

I'd guess the answer is no because the markets are more driven by big business whereas house prices are driven by your average punter. Large businesses are doing well right now but debt, rising costs and unemployment are really starting to hit millions of households. Some have said that if there is a HPC then it could drag down the stockmarket but many UK companies are making money overseas and therefore not that tied up with the UK economy.

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I'd guess the answer is no because the markets are more driven by big business whereas house prices are driven by your average punter. Large businesses are doing well right now but debt, rising costs and unemployment are really starting to hit millions of households. Some have said that if there is a HPC then it could drag down the stockmarket but many UK companies are making money overseas and therefore not that tied up with the UK economy.

Incidentally, just started reading 'Welcome To My Trading Room'...fantastic introduction,

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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?


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      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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