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Mr Boulger said: “Lenders are leap frogging each other - no one wants to be at the top of the 'best buy’ tables as they can’t cope with the demand. So they are pulling their products or putting their rates up at short notice.”

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Boulger's a tool , this was his prediction for the housing / mortgage market 2008 , taken from the home page of HPC....

Mortgage broker John Charcol predicts that property transactions will fall by 15 per cent in 2008, gross mortgage lending will fall from £360bn to £320bn but house prices will only fall by 2%.

:lol:

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Mr Boulger said: “Lenders are leap frogging each other - no one wants to be at the top of the 'best buy’ tables as they can’t cope with the demand. So they are pulling their products or putting their rates up at short notice.”

"Can't cope with the demand". Talk about bullish spin!

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Boulger's a tool , this was his prediction for the housing / mortgage market 2008 , taken from the home page of HPC....

:lol:

Sorry, I disagree.

A tool is a useful thing. :P

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"Can't cope with the demand". Talk about bullish spin!

Not really, it's demand for re-mortgages as people desperately try to get a manageable deal as they come off their much lower fixed rate of 2/3 years ago.

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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?


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