Sunday, June 6, 2010

House prices could be set for a slowdown

Where is Britain’s housing market heading from here?

However, the good news [sic] is that the longer-term picture is rosy given Britain’s long-standing shortage of properties.

Posted by monty032 @ 10:09 AM (1707 views)
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6 thoughts on “House prices could be set for a slowdown

  • righttoleech says:

    VI ramping and hero worship of portfolio owning parasites……….Archers omnibus….Matt wants to convert festering edwardian wrecks into ‘luxury apartments’…….pwoperdy is reaching fever pitch….I smell a crash in the air

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  • The Bad News… HIPs have been removed…

    I thought this was GOOD news…?

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    The article asks: WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    1. Campaign for loosening of planning restrictions (not just for new housing but for roads, ports, airports, factories, power stations, playgrounds etc).

    2. Demand that the banks repay the £300 billion taxpayer funded loans according to the agree schedule. Proper banking supervision. Limits on loan to income ratios for new lending.

    3. Scrap the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee.

    4. Ask for more social housing to be built and allocated sensibly.

    5. Optional: campaign to have as many taxes as possible (I will leave it up to your to decide which are the taxes which should be replaced first) replaced with Land Value Tax.

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  • Wow, thats got to be one of the worst articles I have read in a long time.

    How is a housing shortage (albeit a mythical one) good news?

    I guess countries that have food and water shortages is also good news, because it means sellers of crops will make more money and can get more profit from clean water?

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  • markj69 str05 says:

    Just goes to show that these morons have no idea what’s going on and what the population think on this subject. GET IN THE REAL WORLD!

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  • good quote from comments

    “One more point, THERE IS NO RECOVERY, the recent rise has been the result of artificial, pre-election stimulus, wake up people!!”

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