Saturday, March 31, 2007

Book predicts HPC in 2008

When 'winner' loses all in the housing market

Published in Apr 2005, the book by Fred Harrison has been - so far - accurate in predicting the 2006/07 property mini-boom, and its causes (the BoE rates, the relaxed lending standards, the New Labour political agenda, ...). Will the rest of the forecast prove accurate and the bubble burst in 2008? Read additional review at http://www.moneyweek.com/file/3075/housing-boom.html

Posted by confused76 @ 07:53 PM (19 views)
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2 thoughts on “Book predicts HPC in 2008

  • David20040_0 says:

    Why is the projected crash always about 3 years ahead, in 2004 they said the market wouls start crashing now.

    It’s all rubbish.

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  • Good god – spot on – 2010 here we come – i’m saving a fat deposit for that cheap cheap house in 2015/2016 – just in time to celebrate my 40th!! Hey – may even be a full pay-off mortgage before 50!!!

    Bring it on – have paid over the odds for most things in my life so far – so this is a welcomed turn of events.

    Sh*t – that’s if i still have a job and we are not in a state of anarchy, massive unemployment and sky high interest rates!

    Well – go to think on the bright side!!

    This one’s for you Glorius!!


    I just can’t look its killing me
    Am taking control

    Jealousy, turning saints into the sea
    Swimming through sick lullabies
    Choking on your alibis
    But it’s just the price I pay
    Destiny is calling me
    Open up my eager eyes

    ‘Cause I’m Mr Brightside

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