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I know much of this financial stuff one way or another will be linked to property, but over the last few weeks its totally taken over a forum that's called "The main discussion forum on house prices" and most of the stuff here is now not house prices related, everything but.

It's time for a clean up and remove anything that has no relation to house prices, getting really difficult to filter all this stuff.

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I'll direct you to my earlier reply to the same question

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...showtopic=71166

even that's been moved from the main forum! :lol:

the world is upside down

i posted one here earlier, which sank without a trace...

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...t&p=1024324

The total for gross lending in February was £24 billion, down from £25.9 billion in January and six per cent off the pace of last February's lending.

Gross Lending Down In February

the events in the markets have been much more exciting, frankly...

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More seriously that my previous post.....

Things have been moving very fast on the international economic scene this last week or two.

It seems clear that house asking prices are sliding, if not crashing, while buyers are virtually on strike and mortgages have suddenly become much more difficult to obtain. Apart from discussions on how emtpy estate agencies are or the latest big reductions on Rightmove, the wider economy is where the action is at present and that's where the pointers probably are for the future of house prices.

If imminent building projects start getting pulled at the last minute or existing developments get halted, I guess that will swing the content back to the housing sector.

Edited by Sofa Spud

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