Friday, August 17, 2007

Hopefully this will create another flood of properties into the market

Hips extended to three-bed homes

The government has said it will extended its Home Information Pack scheme (Hips) to cover three-bedroom homes from 10 September, 2007.

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5 thoughts on “Hopefully this will create another flood of properties into the market

  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Yowsers – way too soon. Crazy nuters. Surely people are still digesting the impacts of the first debacle. Are they actively trying to destabilise confidence? Seems to have been well targeted for that.

    I guess if it cools HPI without causing a crash they can keep IRs low and support the hyperinflation drive..?!

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  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    When the history books are written about HPC 2008-2011 HIPS will barely get a mention

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  • Of course they are. The first bash was just the thin edge of the wedge.
    I fully support them. The VI bleating says it all really.

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  • It’s funny how all this bureaucracy is meant to be helping the economy but in fact is having the opposite effect. Consider the freedoms people had 100 years ago to run a business or alter their house and not have legions of state employees with all their rules, regulations and taxes to deal with. I suppose in the end all the bureaucrates will suck the economy dry and it will just grind to a holt.

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  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Hear hear mrmickey. I was in West Africa a few years ago and you can just uild, drive, walk anywhere you have the wits to.
    In the West we are regulated, cosseted and controlled to death. No wonder our economies creep along whilst the developing world, well, develops.
    No wonder the West has to repress the developing world.

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