Friday, September 26, 2008

Like Kirstie Said – London Property will never go down

London house prices hit by record monthly fall

London house prices suffered a record plunge last month, wiping more than £8,000 off the value of an average home. Economists warned that the dramatic 2.4 per cent monthly drop reveals that the meltdown in the capital's property market is accelerating and set to get worse.

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4 thoughts on “Like Kirstie Said – London Property will never go down

  • Kirstie’s hats are now officially an endangered species. Please give generously.

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  • Come on Krusty, tuck in! Nosh on felt!

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  • If you live in a dreamland like the telly tubbies and the big sun keeps shining and your friends all talk the same twaddle, then you will believe in a perfect world where prices only go up and profits are great and everyone is happy and smiling…….But If you live in reality you just know what will happen, eventually !

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  • In Clapham/Balham/Wandsworth I’ve lost count of the forest to For Sale/To Let
    signs gone up in the last 2 months.

    In a street not too far from where Fpil Spwencer lives, asking prices of £890K are having offers ACCEPTED for £670K as sellers start to get real/desperate. Fact.

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