Friday, November 28, 2008

Terrific Property Market

Autumn 2008 london residential Review

Dont worry about it, they ain't any forced sellers, there ain't any rising unemployment, there ain't any oversupply of properties for rent in London.It is time to buy, buy,buy......

Posted by fjcruiser @ 09:18 AM (781 views)
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2 thoughts on “Terrific Property Market

  • House prices are set to fall a further 36pc over the next two years in what could amount to the worst post-war housing crash, according to the price of contracts being traded on the derivatives market.
    So so long as you buy with that in mind you’ll be fine. Auctions are selling a fair few at half price…

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  • “new Russian, Middle Eastern and Indian
    wealth, a result of booming commodity prices.
    New oil-rich buyers have also joined the
    market from countries such as Kazakhstan
    and Nigeria. Some domestic buyers – notably
    hedge fund managers – remain keen.”
    “new Russian, Middle Eastern and Indian
    wealth, a result of booming commodity prices.
    New oil-rich buyers have also joined the
    market from countries such as Kazakhstan
    and Nigeria. Some domestic buyers – notably
    hedge fund managers – remain keen.”

    lehman who?

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