Monday, April 27, 2009

Pointless survey of the week

Hometrack: House price plunge slows as rising demand boosts sales

House prices fell at the lowest monthly rate for a year in April, fuelling hopes among housing experts that a bottom is being reached in the market. Prices fell by 0.3% month on month, according to the national housing market survey from Hometrack, taking prices down by 10.1% year on year. Hometrack said this would add to optimism among estate agents on the back of increased levels of market activity and sales during the first three months of 2009.

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One thought on “Pointless survey of the week

  • What about the 3.5 income to value ration proposed by FSA is that going adopted? So we making sure that defaults will not be recorded in the future and tax payer money will not used again because of that?

    Or are we all that stupid and do not want to understand the American people message?

    Oh another thing: Is it true that if house prices do not rise derivates market does not work?

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