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All the Government has to do is to guarantee that they will pay the mortagee any difference between the purchase price (independently verified, of course), and any drop in the house price.

The government are saying it's a good time to buy, and that house prices will rise, so they shouldn't have any problem, should there?

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All the Government has to do is to guarantee that they will pay the mortagee any difference between the purchase price (independently verified, of course), and any drop in the house price.

The government are saying it's a good time to buy, and that house prices will rise, so they shouldn't have any problem, should there?

You seem to forget that WE finance the government.........

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Better than to get the government to pay the difference, Suggest it to the Estate agent as a legal contract, that they pay the difference between the price you pay now! Than re-value the property independently in say a yearrs time and the EA to pay the buyer the difference in value, if they agree than you buy the property from the agent at the current agreed price.

If the EA is so confident that he has priced the property correctly and thinks the price will increase, than they have NOTHING to lose??? :lol::lol::lol:

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Better than to get the government to pay the difference, Suggest it to the Estate agent as a legal contract, that they pay the difference between the price you pay now! Than re-value the property independently in say a yearrs time and the EA to pay the buyer the difference in value, if they agree than you buy the property from the agent at the current agreed price.

If the EA is so confident that he has priced the property correctly and thinks the price will increase, than they have NOTHING to lose??? :lol::lol::lol:

One EA has done this, earlier HPC thread.

VMR.

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All the Government has to do is to guarantee that they will pay the mortagee any difference between the purchase price (independently verified, of course), and any drop in the house price.

The government are saying it's a good time to buy, and that house prices will rise, so they shouldn't have any problem, should there?

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Once prices reach a realistic level things will start to move. A 50% drop would be a good start.

It's quite amusing to watch the 'experts' waffle on about stamp duty.

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You seem to forget that WE finance the government.........

Simple solution: The Labour Party, it's directors, ministers and MPs will promise pay the difference. If they're so sure all is well, shouldnt be a problem to promise this, plus it doesnt expose the taxpayer (there cant be many left now, so I'll leave it as singular) to any risk ... ;)

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Better than to get the government to pay the difference, Suggest it to the Estate agent as a legal contract, that they pay the difference between the price you pay now! Than re-value the property independently in say a yearrs time and the EA to pay the buyer the difference in value, if they agree than you buy the property from the agent at the current agreed price.

If the EA is so confident that he has priced the property correctly and thinks the price will increase, than they have NOTHING to lose??? :lol::lol::lol:

They won't have anything to loose if the whole value of the property evaporates to zero either as they won't have the money to make good on the deal, won't be able to pay you, and even if you sue them they can't magic money of of thin air.

In short, you will get nowt.

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All the Government has to do is to guarantee that they will pay the mortagee any difference between the purchase price (independently verified, of course), and any drop in the house price.

The government are saying it's a good time to buy, and that house prices will rise, so they shouldn't have any problem, should there?

Dude, don't say this, even in jest.

You never know who's reading :ph34r:

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I have a better idea..

Cut the ****ing price!!!

Controversial, but it might just work.

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Not in a normal manner, but a very complex scheme where you would be

unlikely to get any money back.

Any limited company cover would mean that worst case scenario for the effective issurer would be that he keeps taking the profits now then if it goes pear shaped - you are liquidated, he has wound up the company.

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