Thursday, Dec 21, 2006

Persimmon confident prices will continue to rise in 2007.

Reuters UK: Persimmon sees house prices rising

Persimmon, the country's largest housebuilder, announced its 2006 profits will be in line with expectations, and it is bullish about house price increases into 2007.

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1. paul said...

In other breaking news, hairdressers also think that hairdressing will do well next year. "Prices will certainly go up reflecting increased demand for hair shortening solutions".

Thursday, December 21, 2006 01:21PM Report Comment
 

2. Nohpc said...

And in other breaking news, HPCers think house prices will crash next year "We have been saying this for years now and you know what they say, a broken clock is correct twice a day. No way can we be wrong 6 years in a row (please, please, please can britain go into a massive recession with high interest and unemployment so we can be right!). Merry Christmas everybody"

Thursday, December 21, 2006 08:15PM Report Comment
 

3. Enuii said...

Pound for pound I bet Persimmon Homes board prices are 20% over valued just like Bovis's, but then you cannot expect a housebuilder to break ranks and make a Bearish statement. It would be like Gerald Ratner saying his jewellery was crap.

Thursday, December 21, 2006 09:50PM Report Comment
 

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