Sunday, Feb 15, 2015

In Q4, number of new homes being built fell for the first time in almost two years,

Reuters: UK fourth quarter construction weaker than expected as housing falls

"For December alone, total construction output rose by just 0.4 percent after dropping by 1.8 percent in November, much less of a rebound than the 2.8 percent month-on-month growth forecast by economists".
Mainstream economics isnt even dismal science these days, its just guesswork and speculation.
With an annual increase of 7.4%, how many years would it take to reach 250k new houses pa? Flashman??
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Posted by debtserf @ 10:15 AM (4531 views)
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1. khards said...

In Q1 2015 people finally stopped posting on HPC.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 07:15PM Report Comment
 

2. khards said...

If anyone reads these comments anymore, but does not have an account email webmaster@housepricecrash.co.uk to get one.

It get's a bit boring just talking to libby :-)

Could urgently do with some new blog posters.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 07:20PM Report Comment
 

3. enuii said...

Just posted an article that should get things going a bit.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 08:04PM Report Comment
 

4. jack c said...

khards, people are probably still lurking about in the background. Once upon a time there was a lot to be learned from HPC but sadly not (IMO) any more. I still look in on a daily basis but this is just out of habit.

If house prices follow oil prices the traffic might pick up !

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 08:05PM Report Comment
 

5. Dan C said...

I've been lurking here for 8 years. I'll try an post a few bits and be a bit more proactive. Anything to keep libby's endless stream of consciousness down.

Monday, February 23, 2015 01:40PM Report Comment
 

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