Monday, February 1, 2010

New pastures for the sheeple

House prices predicted to rise 20% in 3 years

House prices are to rise by 6% this year and will be up 20% by 2013, economists have forecasted. Property prices are already up 10% since the worst of the slump.

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7 thoughts on “New pastures for the sheeple

  • Looks like three of us posted this from three different news sources almost simultaneously!
    Part of me is thinking stuff ’em, if that’s want folk want. Can’t wait till I finish my doctorate and will sell up, start a family life abroad and rent out Mr TS’s London flat (he has about 65% equity in it as he bought in 1999 and the yield would be very good). The mentality of the electorate is totally barmy and they can’t be reasoned with.

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  • cynicalsoothsayer says:

    Like interest rates are going to stay at 0.5% forever and ever and ever. And we all live happily forever after.

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  • Thenewdoctorwho says:

    “They can’t be bargained with, they can’t be reasoned with, they do not feel pity or remorse and they absolutely will not stop ever” Kyle Reese talking to Sarah Connor.

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  • … and the CEBR in their predictions for 2009, forecast Liverpool would win the premiership, and
    the GBP/EUR would go < 1.0. Take a look at their list of clients; a whos, who of Vis.

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  • Presumably this is part of Liebour’s election manifesto coming from the Mirror.

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  • Jan 2007

    “The CEBR does not share the fears from some experts that there will be a correction in house prices of between 15% and 20%. ”

    “The average UK house price was £187,000 and was likely to be £225,000 by 2010, the CEBR said. “

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