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Crash Time Frame, When Will You Buy ?

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As your here you must have some intention of Buying/Selling/Profiting from houses.

So when would you consider it "A good time to buy".

Me: 2009,2011

Edited by SithClone7

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Only a lottery win for myself.

I've come to realise that no matter how hard I work and how much I try and save I'll never have enough to buy even if houses return to the 3.5X salery average. The difference in the cost of living compared to my cost of living wage increase is getting bigger and bigger every year. Add to that a "normal" HPI and the dream is always beyond my reach.

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In theory if I earnt real money rather than the peanuts they give me each month I would look at 2010-11 if money was the only consideration, but a bit earlier for the sake of having a place to call my own.

In practice I am at the mercy of my rich girlfriend :D

If she chucks me in I will have a look around to see which countries look nice and will let me in. Somewhere wth good cycling perhaps.

Like homealone 3.5x is not ever going to be enough for me on my own.

edit: my stupid fat fingers mess up my splling agin :P

Edited by iamconfusedagain

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It could be around 5 years from now, although who knows what personal circumstances will be then.

Might not even be in the country anymore. It's going down the toilet.

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When actual house prices go below the red trend line on the Nationwide graph.

:)

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