Friday, September 28, 2007

Buy-to-suffer

Housing signals point to cooling market

Signs emerged yesterday that the housing market was starting to feel the effects of five interest rate rises in a year and a global credit crunch. Figures showing tighter conditions for buy-to-let investors, lower mortgage approvals and an underlying slowdown in house price growth for August all pointed to an easing in the market

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2 thoughts on “Buy-to-suffer

  • planning4acrash says:

    “easing of the market”? Why do journalists have to speak in lullaby’s?

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  • Signs emerged YESTERDAY!!!!

    Dear readers,
    As of today your loyal and honest New Labour cheerleaders here at the Guardian, will begin to report for you,our dearest readers, what many people knew about 5 years ago. You see, when we said all that warm and fuzzy stuff about ‘bricks and mortar’, ‘safe as houses’, ‘Buy to let’ etc. ( for Tony, Gordon, and their property developing friends) well, actually, really, what we should have also told you is that………….(see HPC.co.uk)
    We do hope that you can find it in your hearts to forgive our contribution to you looming bankruptcy, and hope that, after the depression, and if you can still mange to afford it, that you will again pay us to provide you with your Ponzi propaganda information stream for the inflation of future bubbles.

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