Friday, July 10, 2009

A Chance to Take Part in a House Price Poll

Debate: The future of house prices

Which way are house prices heading vote online

Posted by sybil13 @ 03:42 PM (944 views)
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4 thoughts on “A Chance to Take Part in a House Price Poll

  • happy mondays says:

    If prices do not drop at least another 30%, there will / should be a mass exodus from seeking to buy, as only the stupid, would strap them selves up with a dept rope around there necks for the next 25yrs, i for one will definitely go travel again and set up home in another country, where i can get a bigger better house with land for the price of a one bed flat in Brighton… We do live in crazy world and people are so foolish..

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  • greytornado says:

    How can the worst of the crash be over as the author of the article writes? We have got;

    1. Interest rates that can only go up.
    2. Unemployment that can only go up.
    3. A noticeable lack of lending by the banks and big deposits needed.
    4. House prices still out of kilter with earnings.

    House prices can only go down I think and I think what has appeared to be a softening of the problem recently will very soon be blown away.

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  • happy mondays ” If prices do not drop at least another 30%, there will / should be a mass exodus”…”i for one will definitely go travel again and set up home in another country, where i can get a bigger better house with land for the price of a one bed flat in Brighton” I will be interested in where this Eldorado is, I lived in Australia for nearly 20 years, and I can tell you that cheep houses = no jobs. The reality is that the prices in Sydney are based on London prices, therefore selling your flat in Brighton will bring you what a realllllly small flat in Cambletown. I know Canada this is a country with at least a five year waiting list to get into.
    Perhaps what you must consider is the fact that most country’s will not accept people without a skill, overpaid, unproductive people ie council workers, sales people, most bank employees, insurance people. However, the people who are accepted with open arms are: engineers, building workers, scientists, architects etc.
    To put it simply if you want to move up in the world and you are of use to a society go aboard , if you are a leach or parasite you really will be better off here.

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  • But you don’t have to leave Europe to find another country with more sensible house prices. Look what you can get in France or Austria for £150k compared to the UK even when the £ is so low!

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