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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying photography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so. My hubby and i have been waiting for 2 years to buy our first house and next year will be the time that we have to take the plunge no matter what :unsure:

Its clear that the HPI is flailing irratically in the wind and its obvious (especially over the past few weeks) that our "wonderful" Mr Brown is wetting his pants and doing his best to keep his baby growing! Im shocked at the amount of people that have turned a blind eye to what is going on and insist that everything is ok. I believe that they are trying to convince themselves rather than me! :lol:

I look forward to chatting to you all and heres to a good year fo us! ;)

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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying photography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so.

Howdy

The crash is here BUT it'll take 3-5 years to play out. Get 'the next year or so' out of your head.

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The crash is here BUT it'll take 3-5 years to play out. Get 'the next year or so' out of your head.

I know it takes a long time to crash, but you never know LOL Like i said - hopefull!! House prices are dropping like nuts around here (cheshire). One house were looking at, at the mo has dropped 20k between June and August this year, and im sure they will accept a smaller offer. As long as they dont keep going up, im happy :)

BTW hello badger and FP :)

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House prices are dropping like nuts around here.

Woudl be really great if you altered your details to show where 'here' is for tghe future also

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The crash is here BUT it'll take 3-5 years to play out. Get 'the next year or so' out of your head.

What!? When you were on TV the other day, I distinctly remember hearing you say "The crash is here!" Which is it? :wacko:

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Discovering this site was probably the worse thing i have done this year. I turned from an optomist into an armagedon doom mongerer.

Houses will never be cheap enough for me to buy.

I get excited to see cows burning in fields.

Hurricanes ripping through mexico.

Stock markets crashing.

Do yourself a favour and leave us losers to ourselfs.

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Hi Hopefull

Good to see you

Don't forget - Patience is a virtue when you're in a falling market, and as FTBers you will be in a very strong position when it comes

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Discovering this site was probably the worse thing i have done this year. I turned from an optomist into an armagedon doom mongerer.

Houses will never be cheap enough for me to buy.

I get excited to see cows burning in fields.

Hurricanes ripping through mexico.

Stock markets crashing.

Do yourself a favour and leave us losers to ourselfs.

In truth though, not many here are such armagedon doom mongers as yourself ;).

If a 100MT nuke was set off in the middle of London?

Would it trigger HPC or even severe recession?

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I am simply optimistic of a big market correction restoring some sanity to an over inflated disaster waiting to happen, nothing doom mongering about that.

Until this event is upon us I suggest you get out in the air and enjoy life more lifes too short as it is.

Discovering this site was probably the worse thing i have done this year. I turned from an optomist into an armagedon doom mongerer.

Houses will never be cheap enough for me to buy.

I get excited to see cows burning in fields.

Hurricanes ripping through mexico.

Stock markets crashing.

Do yourself a favour and leave us losers to ourselfs.

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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying pornography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so. My hubby and i have been waiting for 2 years to buy our first house and next year will be the time that we have to take the plunge no matter what :unsure:

A self confessed pornographer posts on here and just because see is a young female you lot are fawning all over her.

You guys make me sick

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Sorry couldn't resist :lol:

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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying photography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so. My hubby and i have been waiting for 2 years to buy our first house and next year will be the time that we have to take the plunge no matter what :unsure:

Its clear that the HPI is flailing irratically in the wind and its obvious (especially over the past few weeks) that our "wonderful" Mr Brown is wetting his pants and doing his best to keep his baby growing! Im shocked at the amount of people that have turned a blind eye to what is going on and insist that everything is ok. I believe that they are trying to convince themselves rather than me! :lol:

I look forward to chatting to you all and heres to a good year fo us! ;)

Hallo!

This time will happen much faster than expected, just like nobody could have forecast the massive rise in prices in the last ten years, (that`s why we are all here) nobodi can forecast the speed and the size of the crash - if anybody is capable of predicting enen vaguely what is going to happen in the next months , well that person is wasting his time here.

This reminds me some clarvoyant who are playng tarots for a score when it could be much simpler getting in the fist betting shop.....

Of course I cannot predict myself if it is going to be sooner than later but something is in the air... who knows?But I can tell you something : this time is really different, this time is not only UK tis time is global. the later it happens the worst it will be, let`s hope for everybody`s sake for an early crash.

Be positive and cross your fingers!

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"QUOTE(Financial Planner @ Sep 25 2007, 07:33 PM)

The crash is here BUT it'll take 3-5 years to play out. Get 'the next year or so' out of your head."

What!? When you were on TV the other day, I distinctly remember hearing you say "The crash is here!" Which is it?

What do you not understand by...?

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LOL, just re-read that. :)

It just sounded like you were saying "you won't see a crash next year"; when in fact you were saying "it'll be going on and on for much longer than that!"

I would have thought that we'll see some serious crash action over the next year or so, regardless of how long it takes to reach the bottom. Would you not agree? Or are you expecting modest-to-zero falls in the near-term?

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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying photography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so. My hubby and i have been waiting for 2 years to buy our first house and next year will be the time that we have to take the plunge no matter what :unsure:

Its clear that the HPI is flailing irratically in the wind and its obvious (especially over the past few weeks) that our "wonderful" Mr Brown is wetting his pants and doing his best to keep his baby growing! Im shocked at the amount of people that have turned a blind eye to what is going on and insist that everything is ok. I believe that they are trying to convince themselves rather than me! :lol:

I look forward to chatting to you all and heres to a good year fo us! ;)

You're a 23 year old housewife??? Don't you mean you're a student of photography? I find it bizarre that someone in your age-group would describe themselves as a housewife. Either that or English isn't your first language - which would also explain the typo in your forum name (hopeful has one 'l'). I don't mean to be nasty but I honestly don't think I know anyone in their 20s who would seriously claim to be a housewife. Stay-at-home mother or full-time parent maybe but you don't seem to have children and without children to look after 'housewife' is just not a term in current use. Again, apologies if it's just a case of English not being your first language.

Either way you would probably find house prices more affordable if you got a job...

I just think it's a real shame for society for someone to term themselves a housewife and give up on a career and higher aspirations at such a young age.

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Hi Hopefull

Good to see you

Don't forget - Patience is a virtue when you're in a falling market, and as FTBers you will be in a very strong position when it comes

Absolutely

Just stash as much cash as you can and wait for a bargain

I know a couple people who bought places in the mid 1990's. It was tough for them at first as interest rates were still quite high, but now they are virtually mortgage free. Back in 1995, you could buy a 2 bed flat in Redhill for less than 50K. A similar property would be about 180K at the peak.

Better to borrow less at a higher rate of interest than the other way round. Always remember that!

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:D Hey guys! Iv been watching these boards for ages now and thought it was time to join!

Im a 23 year old house wife studying photography and Im useless at most things when it comes to the economy but im hopefull of a HPC in the next year or so. My hubby and i have been waiting for 2 years to buy our first house and next year will be the time that we have to take the plunge no matter what :unsure:

Its clear that the HPI is flailing irratically in the wind and its obvious (especially over the past few weeks) that our "wonderful" Mr Brown is wetting his pants and doing his best to keep his baby growing! Im shocked at the amount of people that have turned a blind eye to what is going on and insist that everything is ok. I believe that they are trying to convince themselves rather than me! :lol:

I look forward to chatting to you all and heres to a good year fo us! ;)

Dont wish to be negative, but it is not all black and white. Give it a while and maybe it will develop into something that is picture perfect.

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