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When Is The Supposed 'spring Bounce' Officially Over?

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well this spring 'bounce' started in August, you can only tell when its over 3 months after because it can take a while for transactions to come through.

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Spring bounce flopped in Cambridge

Number of sales in February drop dramatically.

Any other areas seeing similar?

Same with Swindon - but I expect that last low bar to go up over the months whilst any sales in spring are logged.

will be interesting to see how much it does go up

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worcester city centre appears to be very different to the suburbs, things went crazy just before xmas in the centre...

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These are the provision L/R numbers, they have

1) a delay comapred to Haliwide, and Febs numbers are from Nov or Dec, which is always a weak time

2) the L/R also late reports numbers, so these will be revised up.

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These are the provision L/R numbers, they have

1) a delay comapred to Haliwide, and Febs numbers are from Nov or Dec, which is always a weak time

2) the L/R also late reports numbers, so these will be revised up.

Thought I said that! :rolleyes:

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Hi Ozz

I NEVER read your posts, so I wouldn't know ;)

I read your "spin" posts and laugh!

Anyway, you must've ready my post above ;)

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I read your "spin" posts and laugh!

Anyway, you must've ready my post above ;)

Hi

My spin, I think I'm pretty fair on what is going on with the market.

Prices are high, prices have risen 1H06 and will slow 2H06. London/SE will lead the way, over 2006

BOE may put up interest rates once this year. The Fed has a max of two more hikes left, though I expect one.

House prices next year will rise, if you forced me to go for a number, 3%-5% 2007

A crash isn't at all probable, earliest date is IMHO 2008.

Nope, I can assure you, that I don't ever read your posts, or anyone elses here.

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When there's no more cuckoo's left? Don't know about Redwings :lol:

Cuckoo's left? What about the Cuckoo's right (the right belonging to the Cuckoo)?

The plural of Cuckoo, and idiot, and twerp is the same word with the s appended.

If there were 2 of you, you would be a pair of cupidstunts not cupidstunt's

By the way I bet the kids in the playgound love your screen name.

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Cuckoo's left? What about the Cuckoo's right (the right belonging to the Cuckoo)?

The plural of Cuckoo, and idiot, and twerp is the same word with the s appended.

If there were 2 of you, you would be a pair of cupidstunts not cupidstunt's

By the way I bet the kids in the playgound love your screen name.

sheeps

Oh how i laugh at the english language

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Hi

My spin, I think I'm pretty fair on what is going on with the market.

Prices are high, prices have risen 1H06 and will slow 2H06. London/SE will lead the way, over 2006

BOE may put up interest rates once this year. The Fed has a max of two more hikes left, though I expect one.

House prices next year will rise, if you forced me to go for a number, 3%-5% 2007

A crash isn't at all probable, earliest date is IMHO 2008.

Nope, I can assure you, that I don't ever read your posts, or anyone elses here.

How arrogant of you then! And, FWIW, I find your posts read like ramping posts.

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Cuckoo's left? What about the Cuckoo's right (the right belonging to the Cuckoo)?

The plural of Cuckoo, and idiot, and twerp is the same word with the s appended.

If there were 2 of you, you would be a pair of cupidstunts not cupidstunt's

By the way I bet the kids in the playgound love your screen name.

I'm afraid I'm dyslexic - so it's all lost on me :lol:

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The 'Spring Bounce' ends just as the 'Suckers' Rally' begins, which is closely followed by the 'dead cat bounce' and then finally a period of house price inflation driven purely by 'VI spin'.

At this time, the 'Spring Bounce' comes around again and the whole cycle repeats itself. :)

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Spring bounce flopped in Cambridge

Number of sales in February drop dramatically.

Source: http://www.home.co.uk/guides/house_prices_...cambridge&all=1

Any other areas seeing similar?

I know nothing about Cambridge and you may well be right about the lack of a Spring bounce - but surely you can't conclude this based on February's figures? Feb was seriously cold this year, Spring was later than usual, so any Bounce could also be expected to be late. (The Bounce theory being that the weather influences the market through people's desire to go househunting and and to move).

Interesting figures but let's wait and see.

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House prices next year will rise, if you forced me to go for a number, 3%-5% 2007

A crash isn't at all probable, earliest date is IMHO 2008.

KON I think you've missed the point.

This housing crash has already started, but like so many others you seem to expect to see a great big sign telling you it's begun.

That's not the way it happens.

In 10 years time you will look back and see a housing crash, just like the ones before.

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The 'Spring Bounce' ends just as the 'Suckers' Rally' begins, which is closely followed by the 'dead cat bounce' and then finally a period of house price inflation driven purely by 'VI spin'.

At this time, the 'Spring Bounce' comes around again and the whole cycle repeats itself. :)

:D:D:D:D

Priceless!!! Does depict the 'ostrich's head in the sand' outlook of several on this site!

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KON I think you've missed the point.

This housing crash has already started, but like so many others you seem to expect to see a great big sign telling you it's begun.

That's not the way it happens.

In 10 years time you will look back and see a housing crash, just like the ones before.

I don't expect any great big sign that the UK housing market is crashing, however I would expect falling prices. Wouldn't that be a fairly normal starting point for a HPC

Halifax, Nationwide, L/R, Hometrack, Rightmove are all reporting rising prices for the UK.

Approvals in April, although down, were at the as the average April since 2000?

How can the UK housing market be crashing, with rising prices?

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