Friday, February 13, 2009

UK House Prices Crash 2009

UK House Prices Crash 2009- Update

UK house prices bounce prompting many to look towards a new bull market. This is an analysis of real terms house price trends against nominal house prices.

Posted by nadeem walayat @ 08:49 AM (3455 views)
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6 thoughts on “UK House Prices Crash 2009

  • Great article.

    So we see that the panic phase is only half way through, and the currency adjusted house price inflation chart shows us that even for foreigners UK house prices still look pretty expensive.

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  • Excellent graphs in this article. Paul (above) has plucked out the most relevant for many of us.

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  • Do you think the bottom could be the 135-150 range… going by this graph ?

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  • interesting note about deflation turning to hyperinflation, soon, best invest some of your savings in Gold…

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  • @amjidk

    Sorry, but the article does not imply that we are heading for hyperinflation at all.

    You put money into gold if that’s where you think it belongs, but don’t try to ramp it up to make money yourself – it won’t work. You’ll need large institutional investors to pile into gold before you see it seriously rising, and that is unlikely to happen.

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  • Paul – good to hear you are not so sure of the Bull case for Gold. It is being ramped by those who have interests in it.

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