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Scotland On Sunday: "market Is Heading For A Slowdown"

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What's going on, good stories keep getting missed on here. The blog isn't picking up on all the good stories on the forum. I'm getting concerned :-(

Here's one of a couple, that I know you'll love, that the media team have just posted in the PricedOut Forum:

Scotland on Sunday

Cold comfort after heated house prices

HOME owners will today be bracing themselves as higher mortgage bills will begin dropping onto doormats later this week. But there is more gloomy news ahead. House price inflation in Scotland has peaked and the market is heading for a slowdown, according to a Scotland on Sunday survey of property experts.

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Donald MacRae, chief economist at Lloyds TSB Scotland, warned that property inflation had slowed sharply over the past quarter and price increases over coming months will be more subdued. Nationwide group economist Fionnuala Earley adds that affordability is now stretched to a point where runaway values are no longer sustainable.

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Guest Shedfish

part way down it says "Part of the strong demand is due to the increased appetite for bricks and mortar"

:D:D:D:D

or do they mean EAs are actually eating their unsold stock to keep demand up?

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"Yet experts say homeowners who view their homes as a cash register may be in for disappointments ahead as the good times are coming to an end
."

Sheeple in distress:

Baaaah baaaaaaaaah BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA EEERK

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"Yet experts say homeowners who view their homes as a cash register may be in for disappointments ahead as the good times are coming to an end
."

Baaaah baaaaaaaaah BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA EEERK

I knew you'd love it... if only they'd said HPI-MEW banquet ;)

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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?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
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      • up 5%



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