Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Hello ? Yes ? Any expensive property for sale ? Yes, plenty…Where ? Cuckooland….

UK developers ‘starting to raise prices’

Hello ? Yes ? Any expensive property for sale ? Yes, plenty... Where ? Cuckooland.... Big silence..... Hello ? Big silence..... F£$%^&* they put the phone down again.....

Posted by fjcruiser @ 03:00 PM (1896 views)
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11 thoughts on “Hello ? Yes ? Any expensive property for sale ? Yes, plenty…Where ? Cuckooland….

  • says property investment company, Assetz. haha

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  • Stewiez at it again. If he isn’t shortlisted at the British comedy awards this year it will be a travesty.

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  • Clowns

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  • Its a hall of mirrors. hilarious.

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  • If anyone hasn’t yet looked at the Assetz website, it is worth a look to dispel any notion of credibility that they may have.
    In their Auctions listings for the whole of the UK they have just 4 properties.
    Just another property website.

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  • Game of numbers————–Somewhere out there are some fools with money and criminals with money to launder.

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  • Newton’s 3rd law of motion states “To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”. Thus if developers raise prices, sales volume falls. If you care to read more widely around this interesting subject, you see that in his 1st law of motion he states “A body persists its state of rest or of uniform motion unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force.”
    As far as I can see, the only unbalanced force are the developers and speculators vailny attempting to breath life into a corpse. That is the law and my case rests.

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  • “Stuart Law, chief executive, added in a statement: “If the distressed property market had a house price index, it would have already reached the bottom and there are clear signs that these prices are beginning to turn upwards”.

    Not the opinions of the top financiers and ministers in Davos. Their comments (on SKY) noted that deflating asset prices like housing would be a big problem in 2009.

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  • it_is_going_with_a_bang says:

    Bottomed out.
    Ha Ha.

    He is only missing a Large Red nose when he says something like that.

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  • We have ‘savvy investors’ again. They keep popping up! If they were savvy they wouldn’t touch property with a barge pole for several years at least.

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  • When are Mr Law’s bank going to shut him down/up?

    I thought it would have happened by now.

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