Sunday, July 22, 2007

First-time buyers and borrowers will be hit by increases as early as next month, experts predict

First-time buyers and borrowers will be hit by increases as early as next month, experts predict

First-time buyers and people with personal loans or credit card debts will experience reductions in their disposable incomes, as interest rates continue to soar. The rising cost of petrol and higher utility bills will further add to a reduction in disposable income...

Posted by the landlord assocation @ 11:35 AM (603 views)
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8 thoughts on “First-time buyers and borrowers will be hit by increases as early as next month, experts predict

  • converted lurker says:

    I’ve just read this, it’s not landlord expert or whoever’s article its the Indie’s, how does this guy get away with this?

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  • planning4acrash says:

    I posted it earlier. This chump needs to get a life! He’s clogging this site with junk. Everybody complain to webmaster, e-mail on home page.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    If he’s shocked by it, could’t he just comment against the earlier post? I am predicting the reply “But I’m just a big landlord with just a website that only reflects things posted by other people and I have so many properties and stuff, so, even if I talk bull, I will just go on a strop and you must listen to me because I said so.”

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  • Guys,
    ok he posted that, but lets discuss…
    how can this news be any good for BTLers??
    1. They are borrowers too and they will be hammered as well
    2. When they decide to sell, buyers (i.e. the FTBs and the other borrowers) will have less purchasing power, causing downward pressure on house prices
    3. Salaries aint going up, so rental yield is capped (unless you believe you have a money print in every home)

    So, Dean, please tell me where is the good news for your accomplices… errrrr members
    Ahahhahahh. ahhhahhahhha, ahhhhhahhahhah, ahhahhhahhhahh (like Dr Evil in Austin Powers)

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  • Why don’t we all vote for the far left or the far right? Political instability will surely make prices drop faster.

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  • Based on the fact that the poster of this comment thinks the government will cut rates to help FTB it is unlikely that he would be able to formulate an article on his own that made any sense hence the cut n paste.

    Anyway I’ve said my piece and will say no more and the matter of plagiarised posts.

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  • Nearly time for the MPC meeting………

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