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There will be no property crash according to the baldy bloke coz everyone learnt last time.

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Thats better thanks for listening.

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Who cares what he says, it's happening NOW!

Relax, sit back and enjoy the ride!

He particularly annoys me though.

I don't know if anyone saw it.

They do that annoying show with the big headphones outside the house. Why they listen in whilst standing outside I shall never know. :)

I am relaxed now - I have ranted :)

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And at the end of the bit with the mortgage magazine woman, where they briefly talked about shared equity, government grantss, and the option of getting a mortgage with up to 4 friends, dear old Dom says "good advice" ....

:angry:

Sometimes it's difficult to sit back and enjoy the ride when there are government adverts in the form of the One show completely missing the point about sustainable prices...

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There will be no property crash according to the baldy bloke coz everyone learnt last time.

--ARGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Thats better thanks for listening.

What do you expect?

The woman they interviewed was the editor of some mortgage magazine. She was bound to spout the VI line.

The outcome was obvious from the moment they started the story. I thought of turning off but couldn't do it.

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At the end of the day the value of a house is dictated by what a bank is willing to lend on it. I don't expect a house price crash. They are illiquid, it is a slow process that is only named a crash after the event....because the estate agents start saying "the crash is over, now is the time to buy!"......it is not like the stock market crash. The last so called crash lasted 5 years and more..it was a 5 year lowering of prices.

That guy whores himself at anything that pays....chicken in a basket presenter if there ever was one.

Plus he's an annoying bald sh!t

....

also the fact that woman trotted out the bit about buying with friends revealed her true colours to me. there were lots of VI types a couple of years ago saying the same....don't think anyone mentions them anymore....well anyone with any inkling of a balanced sanity.

Anyone wanting to fire off a salvo click here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/make_complaint_step1.shtml

Edited by Stanley

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There will be no property crash according to the baldy bloke coz everyone learnt last time.

--ARGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Thats better thanks for listening.

If it's Dominic Littlewood that said that (I missed the show), he was recently on the back of the Sunday Times Money supplement (the bit where they ask you how much money you have in your wallet, how much a pint of milk is, how much you got for your first job, and where your money invested).

"Little Dom" stated he has all his money in property I seem to remember, as he has no faith in pensions.

No wonder he refuses to admit its happening.

MY HPC crash cycle goes something:-

TRIGGER = HPC = PUBLIC DENIAL = FURTHER PUBLIC DENIAL = PANIC AND FEAR

In my view, we are between stages 1 and 2. As some poster recently commented, we are at the end of the beggining.

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There will be no property crash according to the baldy bloke coz everyone learnt last time.

--ARGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Thats better thanks for listening.

Was it recorded in the summer of 2006 by any chance? Listened to a Spanish git on t' TV yesterday going on about how flats on the Costas are so "hot" you have to buy off plan. :lol:

If its recent it could be Gordon ordering the BBC to begin a propaganda campaign to avoid the US crash from spreading here--as if it wasn't already.

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I only caught the last few sentences of this but It looked like bear fodder to me! the last thing the folically/vertically challenged chap said was that people had learned the lessons of last time and wont try to sell up as soon as their houses start to drop and negative equity rears its head. AAAAhh I SEE NOW - the prices only dropped in the 90's because nasty greedy people wanted to minimise their losses on their property investments! Greedy Bar Stewards! In the 90's (as now of course) selling the roof over their heads was a shrewd investment decision and thats what caused the crash -but it wont happen this time because everyones much more altruistic and wont put themselves and their families out on the street because it might cause a house price Cr45h and nobody wants that! Or maybe, they didnt have to face the spectre of homelessness because the houses they were selling werent actually the ones that they lived in - BTL'ers. Thank goodness that practice died out in the early 90's and nobody does that anymore.

COME ON PEOPLE - I nearly sprayed the coffe table with my mouthfull of Fitou when I heard baldy come out with that parting statement - I dont know who normally watches this crud, but you'd have to be a moron to swallow that piece of desparation drenched drivel.

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Not being a keyworker - I d have to go with their other option. BUY WITH A FRIEND.

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They will read these threads tonight on their laptops.

Message to you - EAT MY C**K

:lol:

you sir are a joker :lol:

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There will be no property crash according to the baldy bloke coz everyone learnt last time.

--ARGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Thats better thanks for listening.

Where should I apply for my licence fee refund? what a bunch of muppets!

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"Little Dom" stated he has all his money in property I seem to remember, as he has no faith in pensions.

Think of how bad he must feel now, and how many sleepless nights he's got ahead of him.

And then with any luck his -ve equity will catch up with him and HE will be forced to forget the lessons of the 90s.

One serious drawback to this scenario: he won't be able to retire anytime soon.

Edited by williamdb

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The article was toe curling.

They offered no real advice to a single bloke, on an average wage who wants to buy HIS OWN HOUSE, not with friends etc.

According to what they said, we should all just live with unaffordable house prices and line banks pockets with their mortgages to "help" first time buyers.

The One Shows remit is to entertain rather than educate, so we can't really expect them to jump on the HPC bandwagon :)

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Oooooooooooooo! I was as angry as a Daily Mail reader after watching this bilge.

Dominic Littlewood (BBC Tobyjug, who populates daytime tv with mindless filth about cars, property etc, etc) & some vacant bint from "Your Mortage" Magazine. Now hows about that for VIs!

It depresses me because there was no other point of view. It was "Blah,blah,blah, hold your nerve, blah, blah, NO CRASH, so there!"

Where was FP when we needed him? - But then we wouldn't want to scare the populus with reality, would we.?

(No offence FP!)

But no.....it was desperate sh!te, and unfortunately on a supposed prime time show. So the general idiots will beileve it. But then we know that they are all up the swanny anyways.

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It's amazing how these people don't realise they're in the business of building gallows.

People in the media are particular deluded/thick. One of the back of the Sunday Times media section interviewees - some thesp - when asked whether they invest in shares said something along the lines of "I don't because supporting capitalism is immoral, I put all my money in property instead which is much better ethically". Scum - so it's better to make the working classes homeless than actually invest in a company that produces things and creates jobs is it? Champagne socialists the lot of 'em.

Oohh, I seemed to have joined the rant - that feels better...

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Oooooooooooooo! I was as angry as a Daily Mail reader after watching this bilge.

Dominic Littlewood (BBC Tobyjug, who populates daytime tv with mindless filth about cars, property etc, etc) & some vacant bint from "Your Mortage" Magazine. Now hows about that for VIs!

It depresses me because there was no other point of view. It was "Blah,blah,blah, hold your nerve, blah, blah, NO CRASH, so there!"

Where was FP when we needed him? - But then we wouldn't want to scare the populus with reality, would we.?

(No offence FP!)

But no.....it was desperate sh!te, and unfortunately on a supposed prime time show. So the general idiots will beileve it. But then we know that they are all up the swanny anyways.

makes you think these stoopid fookers are going to get whats coming to them and they ruddy deserve it if they sign up to any of these plans- ie buy a house with a stranger- shared owenership etc etc

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"Little Dom" stated he has all his money in property I seem to remember, as he has no faith in pensions.

D*ck and Dom in Da Bungalow.

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Ha, yes I saw this too. It said houses ten years ago were 3x the average salary , now they were over 8x but house prices were not going to crash. Talked about shared ownership and buying with friends.

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They never once looked at renting and maybe waiting. ER HELLO credit crunch, subprime meltdown, banking losses, rising repossessions, banking redundancies - theses are the current issues here. Its not 2005 you know!

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