Friday, June 1, 2012

Surely house prices cant stay high for much longer

Eurozone unemployment at record high 11%

The 17-nation eurozone's unemployment rate reached the highest level since the creation of the common currency 13 years ago, climbing to 11% in April

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3 thoughts on “Surely house prices cant stay high for much longer

  • Unemployment is high in the eurozone, so they’re all coming to Britain to get jobs. They’ll be paying rent here too. High rents support high prices via the mechanism of buy-to-let landlords.

    If and when the eurozone sorts itself out, they’ll mostly go home and rents and prices might fall back. But that’s a few years off yet. They’re going to carry on muddling through for as long as possible.

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  • The market for worthless assholes is a week one at the moment. this is because china has turned theres into slaves thus depriving ours of jobs.

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  • Unemployment is high in the eurozone, so they’re all coming to Britain to get jobs. They’ll be paying rent here too. High rents support high prices via the mechanism of buy-to-let landlords.

    Ummm UK is in recession too. There aren’t actually that many jobs around.

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