Tuesday, May 8, 2007

First time buyers to picket Brown over soaring house prices

First time buyers to picket Brown over soaring house prices

Frustrated first-time buyers are to take to the streets to protest over soaring house prices.A campaign group is to picket Gordon Brown when he speaks at the Brighton Festival on Sunday.

Posted by pricedout.org.uk @ 05:25 PM (458 views)
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5 thoughts on “First time buyers to picket Brown over soaring house prices

  • I see that the new French President got his mitts on power by amongst one of many things promising to bring in Tax Relief on Mortgages!

    This should boost French housing market so it may well be a good idea to dump your BTL’s over here ASAP before the crash and invest in France where the market will shortly be on the up!

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  • The French invented “Laissez Faire”. It’s a byword for laziness.

    Who is actually going to this rally then?

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  • enuii is right, and it wouldn’t be the first time an invasion of France has happened!

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  • The government could very quickly raise a lot of money by auctioning off some reduntant military installations for residential development. Many are vast and well located, and could immediately satisfy the clamour for more development land.

    Yet all they do is fuss and delay, making sympathetic noises and then commissioning yet more ‘studies’ – so that nothing gets done.

    I wonder how many property speculators there are in the House of Commons..?

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  • Zarathrustra says:

    The idea that first-time buyers are being kept out of the market is a lot of tosh. If there’s no-one buying at the bottom, then the market would crash. The fact that it continues roaring ahead is proof of (a) people are still piling in; (b) that the free market works.

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