Sunday, Jul 28, 2019

Help to Sell

Investors Chronicle: Housebuilding's boom and bust

The article discusses future prospects for building companies equity returns with an emphasis on the effects of the Help to Buy scheme. It's clear that Investors Chronicle consider that Help to Buy benefited builders and banks. In 2021, Help to buy will be restricted to first-time buyers only and for homes with a market value restricted to regional price caps. In 2023, the scheme is currently set to terminate. If you accept Investors Chronicle's conclusion that returns on housebuilder equities may be depressed by the withdrawal of help to Buy, it's hard to avoid the conclusion that the scheme was a benefit to banks at builders using public money.

Posted by quiet guy @ 06:51 PM (544 views)
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1. deepak said...

Remember 10 years ago all these companies were nearing to their end. but now we are lavishing them with over priced housing and the companies can give £600 million as BONUS.

Persimmon defends £600m bonus pot for top team
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-3638992/Persimmon-defends-600m-bonus-pot-team.html

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