Tuesday, June 3, 2014

New YouGov poll finds that previously stable public opinion has now shifted.

More people now think house prices will crash

Back in April voters tended to think house prices would keep on rising, now they tend to think that sooner or later they will crash.

Posted by landofconfusion @ 06:10 PM (2144 views)
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3 thoughts on “New YouGov poll finds that previously stable public opinion has now shifted.

  • Just keep Kirstie on TV – it will all work out OK.

    🙂

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  • This is actually bullish news for UK property

    We’re climbing the wall of worry

    When this gets back to “new paradigm – we were wrong – prices will rise forever” then look out below!

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  • landofconfusion says:

    Personally I just want them to stop talking about this potential for HPC. I mean prices in my area have exceeded ridiculous and have now reached insane: a recently ‘modernised’ (everything inside is clinical white, even cheap units in the kitchen) 2 bed end of terrace. Price: £325k. Even bottom of the rung, very pokey 1-bed flat (small 2-bed terraced house conversion) next to a busy main road is up for “offers over” £110k.

    With prices like that you’d better secure a mortgage quick before prices fly away from you. 😉

    Oh, hello Kirsty…

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