Monday, February 4, 2008

Bursting the House Price Bubble

Bursting the House Price Bubble

If sentiment is the most important factor in the house price bubble, then programmes such as this go a long way towards helping burst it. Don't forget "Repossession, repossession, repossession" on ITV Wednesday 10.35 as well.

Posted by monty032 @ 11:54 AM (1910 views)
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13 thoughts on “Bursting the House Price Bubble

  • ”Bursting the House Price Bubble”

    I’m looking forwards to this, and hope that it is the start of a clearly perceived turning point…..downwards!

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  • Both will be compelling entertainment.

    Seeing these suckers going broke fast is great fun,

    The serious Panorama Theme music should be replaced with something more joyous on this report.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW0Y4s4GScw

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  • george monsoon says:

    I saw an advert for a program called reposession, reposession, reposession about two days ago, but did not take note of the schedule.

    has anyone got some info on it?

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  • Will be watching with interest. Thanks

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  • @ George – Wednesday 6 February 2008 10:35pm – 11:35pm on ITV1.

    primetime.unrealitytv.co.uk/repossession-repossession-repossession-coming-to-itv/

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  • Trouble is it coincides with the sheeples daily fix of Corry.

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  • george monsoon says:

    Thanks, and for correcting my spelling of repossession..

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  • “Bursting the Property Bubble” appropriately followed by “Life in Cold Blood”.
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    Lots of cold blooded reptiles tonight then.

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  • Wonderful. Jeremy Vines last point was that some experts suggest that house prices will fall 35% over the next five years. Thst will do public sentiment no end of harm.

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  • it_is_going_with_a_bang says:

    Just shows what a load of crooks they all are.
    Land Registry entries for properties £40k over what actually changed hands – surely thats just fraud in it’s most basic form???!!!
    Whats stopping them saying a 200k flat was sold for 500k if they want to give 300k back!
    My favourite clip was the one with 2 hoodies on a motorized scooter holding what appeared to be a petrol can buzzing along the footpath of the ‘exclusive’ development.
    The lady was hoping to get a value up to 300k from today’s current 200k within the next year or so …… hmmmmm.

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  • Not the “calibre of tenant” she was hoping for. Oh dear. Thamesmead, it’s not exactly California is it. Bet the brochures didn’t feature the crap and shopping trolleys washed up on the ‘beach’.

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  • As the credit crunch begins to bite (it’s in it’s infancy at this juncture) – the UK property market will find widespread fraud – a can of worms will unfold as prices go into reverse.

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