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Hi,

Just been looking at property in Poole all week and was amazed that people are asking 25-30% more than prices in 2004. Asked a couple of EA's, what areas would be best for the coming drop...? what, no, never. Funny that the last house i viewed was purchased for 153K in July 2004 and now they are asking 179K dropped from 189K. The owner is downgrading because they can't afford it....? mmmm

An EA explained to me that the last HPC was down to the papers, as soon as they said 'drop, crash' then it happened.

So, i thought.... well how much does it cost to have a FULL PAGE advert in a national newspaper...?

We could all donate to the cost and prepare an advert with the chart from nationwide showing how stupidly high prices really are.

Anyone in advertising space know any figures ?

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This would depend what title was used, I'd assume it would be the D.Mail (most impact vs middle England)where a mono page bokked on a Mon-Wed flex (i.e.it could appear any day) would be c.£25,000.

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Hi,

Just been looking at property in Poole all week and was amazed that people are asking 25-30% more than prices in 2004. Asked a couple of EA's, what areas would be best for the coming drop...? what, no, never. Funny that the last house i viewed was purchased for 153K in July 2004 and now they are asking 179K dropped from 189K. The owner is downgrading because they can't afford it....? mmmm

An EA explained to me that the last HPC was down to the papers, as soon as they said 'drop, crash' then it happened.

So, i thought.... well how much does it cost to have a FULL PAGE advert in a national newspaper...?

We could all donate to the cost and prepare an advert with the chart from nationwide showing how stupidly high prices really are.

Anyone in advertising space know any figures ?

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