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That'll be due to the clover shoots of recovery at the end of the rainbow seen after a long night out in Dublin.

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I can't stop myself from laughing hysterically at the words 'pent-up demand' these days. I'm just waiting for this demand to get so pent-up that it explodes in an orgy of buying, and 75% of people in the UK decide to move house all at once.

Maybe not....

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I can't stop myself from laughing hysterically at the words 'pent-up demand' these days. I'm just waiting for this demand to get so pent-up that it explodes in an orgy of buying, and 75% of people in the UK decide to move house all at once.

Maybe not....

:lol: It's like spending thousands on a venu,top DJ, food and party accessories for thousands, and only your Aunt Flo turned up with a Party 7 and a Cliff Richard album...

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We have the opposite of pent-up demand. A lot of people who would normally have been this year's first-time buyers were panicked into buying early, i.e. last year at the height of the boom, just to get a foot on the ladder while they could. Not many people have picked up on this.

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The same applies to Housing. Demand in Housing is being curtailed by the lack of availability of mortgages especially for first time buyers

I see that we're spelling Housing with a capital H now. That must be because it's Really Important.

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  • 395 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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