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Do the Government have anything to say about the fact that educated and professional people can't afford a decent home?? Is nothing being done at all, bar their token burnt offerings about key workers which is rubbish????

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Do the Government have anything to say about the fact that educated and professional people can't afford a decent home?? Is nothing being done at all, bar their token burnt offerings about key workers which is rubbish????

Nope. Government couldn't give a fat rats **** about 'hard working families' who are not on 'the ladder'

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Do the Government have anything to say about the fact that educated and professional people can't afford a decent home?? Is nothing being done at all, bar their token burnt offerings about key workers which is rubbish????

Problem is that they younger gens have been convinced that they need to get on the property ladder at all costs. Once they are on the 'ladder', their property will go up in value and they will magically be able to move up the 'ladder' to bigger and better housing and so it will repeat itself.

These same people will slowly come to realise over the coming years that the concept of the property ladder is dead and that the 1-bed flat that they struggled to buy is all that they can still afford. Afterall, with nearly 50% of new builds now flats, the pressure on the prices of decent family-sized housing isn't going to go away.

When it does dawn on the 20 and 30-somethings of today that they have been f*cked then the issue will be picked up by the politicians as these people today are likely to become the voters of tomorrow and there will be nothing like being stuck in a 1 or 2-bed home to motivate you to go out and vote for the right party.

Thing is, currently 99% of these young people, still buying their 1-bed flats have no ability to use foresight and simply believe the mantra they are fed about housing ladders etc

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Nope. Government couldn't give a fat rats **** about 'hard working families' who are not on 'the ladder'

And they care even less about hard working childless couples and singles. Remember, the higher house prices are, the more the government makes in stamp duty. This government has demonstrated that there is only one thing that matters to them... TAX. When the whole thing collapses under its own weight we'll be sorted, but until then the answer is simple; wait or emmigrate.

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Have their been any protests, marches?

...just put your cash deposit into Gold (to stop current 10%+ inflation eating it away), sit back and watch the economic cycle play out...

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Why don't 'house price crash' organise a march, there are not that many on 'priced out', yet there must be thousands upon thousands who are affected by the housing crisis.

because 'house price crash' isn't an organisation and isn't campaigning for anything.

there might not be many forum users on PricedOut but that doesn't mean there aren't a lot of members and with the publicity of a demonstration will become a much greater awareness of the campaign.

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  • 335 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%
      • Even
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      • up 5%



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