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Sounds like a reasonable debate. Both sides putting forward reasoned arguments. I'm sure a few bears would be very happy with the way that the presenter is taking the debate. Fair enough. TF

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BUMP.

Some tasty bear food going on here...people dropping prices, still no buyers, etc.

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email: nolan@bbc.co.uk

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Good man, that Stephen Nolan DJ... just read out my email in its entirety:

We need to get out of the mindset that rampant house price inflation is a good thing - the press & media constantly report price falls as 'bad news', whereas in fact the opposite is true.

The recent boom has priced out an entire generation and many - like myself - can't afford to move up the ladder; people have become obsessed with property ownership.

If banks had lent responsibly, the property market would have been capped to a more sensible level.

I expect a serious crash...and welcome it.

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Brilliant, cannot get through, no signal? :(

Estate Agent, from Yorkshire, ummmmmmmmmmm, Steady, yes steadily going nowhere, get real with your asking prices, in other words, drop them?

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Oh No...Now it seems training shoes over valued by as much as 100%

Prices have been forced up by multi-nationals and greedy children.

Sounds familiar.

Will we have a training shoe crash ?

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Oh No...Now it seems training shoes over valued by as much as 100%

Prices have been forced up by multi-nationals and greedy children.

Sounds familiar.

Will we have a training shoe crash ?

Don't be a ****.

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Its a serious point.

People in this country will pay a price for something that is over inflated just because of the image/marketing etc.

Obviosuly there wont be a crash in training shoe prices but it shows the stupidity of people.

So, read between the lines and stop being a **** yourself.

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Its a serious point.

People in this country will pay a price for something that is over inflated just because of the image/marketing etc.

Obviosuly there wont be a crash in training shoe prices but it shows the stupidity of people.

So, read between the lines and stop being a **** yourself.

Yes because there are so many direct comparisons between the trainer and housing markets. I am heavily invested in the buy not to wear trainer market and lease out thousands of pairs to those who cant afford to get on the trainer ladder. I am also wondering if it is now time to sell my trainer portfolio and switch to rent to wear, and realise a return on all those trainers I bought in 2000.

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