Friday, August 5, 2011

Who stood on the snail?

UK housing market continues to slow

So, there we have it... too much snow in winter; an early Easter with a royal wedding'; too warm in spring; now it's holiday time... soon, of course, it'll be shorter days, darker evenings, leaves falling off trees, Christmas; and back to snow again... Can anyone think of any more lame duck excuses?

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2 thoughts on “Who stood on the snail?

  • crash bandicoot says:

    This article refers to sales volumes over and over again without once mentioning prices. From my camp I would suggest that over inflated prices are restricting sales volumes. I also believe that the author knows that this is correct but is too scared to write it.

    The counter argument is that since house prices only ever go up there’s no point discussing that anymore so the “market” these days is only defined by sales volumes. Going forward this implies that the only effect that outside forces can have on “the market” is to push sales volumes up and down but leave prices untouched. Not really likely is it?

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  • Don’t worry.
    2012 is the Summer Olympics in London (or ‘london’ if you look at the silly logo).

    Stratford will boom and so will Waltham Cross because the white water rafting will be there.

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