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Anybody Got A Link Yet For The Rightmove Figures?

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They're spot on by claiming that sellers are ignoring market reality as they report a RISE of 0.8% in asking prices and call for 'smart pricing' to avoid stagnation.

However, they lose all credibility by calling for government and money lenders to ease mortgage liquidity!

So more unsustainable, liar-loans, please...anything to keep the good ship HPI going.


Mortgages are available - for those with healthy deposits, good credit history and at reasonable multiples. JUST AS IT SHOULD BE!

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It all looks a little desperate to me.

Reduce your prices now or we are all doomed!

Great stuff.


PS when are the land reg figures out?

11.00am 1st April. Wonder whether this will be an appropriate date1?

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Did I read it right because I noticed that the YOY % rise they quoted was 5.8% in Feb and 5.0% in March, doesn't that mean they are actually reporting a fall in price? :huh:

ie: the rises they are quoting are falling - starting to reverse eventually will be negative. Just like the house prices have been doing according to Nationwide and Halifax for a few months now.

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