Wednesday, Jun 14, 2006

World cup stopping house sales?

Firstrung: House sales to increase after the world cup - Haart

That was quick, the competition is only 5 days old, here's what one young fan thinks of the news...

Posted by Converted Lurker @ 02:44 PM (536 views)
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1. George Monsoon said...

These articles are becoming more ridiculous with each passing week!

up to 10% rise in houseprices? Oh and England will sail through and win the World Cup...and breaking news..pigs have been found sprouting wings at a farm in Dorset...

I will continue paying my rent for the next couple of years before I put in my ridiculously low offer for a house and get it accepted, thankyou very much Mr Spindoctor...

Wednesday, June 14, 2006 04:01PM Report Comment
 

2. Redwing said...

George - the 10% is a rise in transactions, not in prices.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006 04:33PM Report Comment
 

3. George Monsoon said...

Redwing, I must admit, I wasn't really paying attention while reading the article it was such nonsense, but even a 10% rise in transactions is probably just 2nd/3rd/4th mortgages for the "feel rich" mindset.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006 05:49PM Report Comment
 

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5. Bfskinner said...

wasn't it the Royal Wedding and the death of the Pope that was holding the boom back last year?

BFS

Friday, June 16, 2006 01:02PM Report Comment
 

6. bidin'matime said...

Doesnt change the fact that it's just an EA indulging in wishful thinking.

Friday, June 16, 2006 01:34PM Report Comment
 

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