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If I Could Buy A London Property At 2002 Prices

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You can't postpone a crash, it will happen when it is good and ready. You also can't accurately predict when it will happen or how bad it will be, but as with all Boom/Bust senarios, when it does it will end in tears for lots of people.

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yes you should - i did and haven't regretted it.

but Cuckoo, you silly sausage.....2002 prices were much higher than 2010 prices will be!

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yawn......crash postponed again (see latest OECD report).

you guys better buy soon or you'll be priced out !

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yawn......crash postponed again (see latest OECD report).

you guys better buy soon or you'll be priced out !

I think most people are allready priced out..and not since yesterday ;)

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Has the crash officially been postponed for another two-four years? And does the same go for the anticipated surge in inflation?

Prices won't fall overnight. 2008/9/10 may be the point at which the crash bottoms out, not when it starts.

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Yes, from somone who is buying a house at the late 2002 price.... Although it will probably slip a bit further dont worry about it ;p

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yawn......crash postponed again (see latest OECD report).

you guys better buy soon or you'll be priced out !

If all us none house owners are gonna be priced out forever, where are the owner occupiers future gains going to come from?? B)

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