Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Live debate on house prices

Live debate: Has the housing market bottomed out?

On our panel tomorrow: Andrew Ellson Andrew Ellson is Personal Finance Editor of The Times and has been writing about the housing and mortgage markets for the last five years. In 2008, he was awarded Mortgage Writer of the Year at the Personal Finance Media Awards. You can follow Andrew Ellson on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewellson David Hollingworth David Hollingworth is Head of Communications at London & Country, the mortgage broker. Stuart Law Stuart Law is Chief Executive of Assetz plc, a property adviser and developer. He is an active property investor himself with a large property portfolio including new-build student accommodation, buy-to-let, overseas and UK holiday-let properties and commercial offices. NOT TO BE MISSED!

Posted by tim miller @ 11:40 PM (1139 views)
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5 thoughts on “Live debate on house prices

  • So on the panel is a personal finance editor whose job depends on property advertising revenue, a mortgage broker and a ‘property advisor’?

    Like watching three Churchill dogs all nodding in agreement on a bumpy road.

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  • bidin'matime says:

    Paul – precisely, well put…!

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  • tyrellcorporation says:

    NOT TO BE MISSED!

    Er…

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  • Stuart Law found himself with real experts at the Money Week round table last week, and looked like a right berk.

    No time for this clear VI sh1t. Stopped buying the Times 3 years ago.

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  • britishblue says:

    Has Stuart Law ever predicted house prices will go down? If so waht was his highest ever prediction in advance of this going down. This isnt a live debate it is a PR presentation for VI’s

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