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  • News Blog - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    have created a report this post link This is for our users to tell us if there is any offensive content on a comment that infringes our policies We are firm believers in free speech but that does not mean you can say anything you want on a comment on our blog A non exhaustive list of things we will not tolerate is given below We will be the judge as to whether the comment is suitable or not and our decision is final Offensive inflammatory or discriminatory comments We are very much in favour of reasonable comments and debate and want everyone to have their say and express their opinions but we don t want people who resort to swearing and other offensive or discriminatory commentary to spoil it for the majority Party political promotion It is ok to say I feel political party have done a great job with x It is not ok to say Vote political party it s the only way to stop this they have my vote Who else is voting for them We all need to Product or site promotion Whilst we would encourage comments to include relevant links to authoritative web sites

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  • View source for Main Page - HousePriceWiki
    and are never out of the news which is generally an unhealthy obsession Television programmes on subjects like home staging and property development have become all too common on our screens and have made anything to do with property the in thing Many of the property make over shows have been sponsored by the little red telephone insurance company this is the insurance arm of one of Britain s biggest mortgage companies When the presenters advise people to clear some clutter hang new curtains and see it sell for an extra 10 000 they achieve two desirable outcomes for the mortgage lending part of their sponsors a they talk up the market and raise expectations b they ease the sale of repossessed properties Grand Designs is sponsored by ING and never shows the plans that fail journalists would do The Economics of a boom and bust main So exactly why are we in this current mess Why has there been a house price boom and why is it inevitable that there will be a Will there be a house price crash house price crash Economists have long ago stopped trying to predict when bubbles will burst and in particular the UK housing market bubble What are the economic tools available to the Bank of England to control the economy and what influences changes in interest rates The current UK price boom started after the DOT com bubble burst and about the same time as the Equitable problems started to appear People we all know someone stated their DIY pension by buying a house or two and renting it out The boom that followed was perpetuated by the different interest groups around the property market Like the DOT com bubble it is perceived as a one way gambling bet which is what you want when saving for your retirement The housing market is not actually a market where prices are controlled simply by supply and demand many Estate Agents estate agencies are tied to or owned by financial institutions This means that it is better for the owners of the estate agencies Halifax and the others to sell no houses pay the agents to authorise risk risky loans than to mark down prices Marking down prices will continue to encourage some of the smarter BTL buy to letters to cash in releasing more housing stock onto the market and risk triggering the crash Two actions available to Gordon Brown Gordon to create affordable and a sustainable housing market without increasing interest rates are a create a walk away leave the keys right so that negative equity stays with the lender rather than the borrower b make Estate Agents estate agencies separate from the financial institutions both of these would better allow the housing market to operate properly Investing abroad It seems that everyone is now investing abroad in countries like Spain France and Turkey to name just a few But what is the effect of this rampant property investment and where

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  • Revision history of "Main Page" - HousePriceWiki
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  • Pages that link to "Main Page" - HousePriceWiki
    Category talk Invert selection Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to Main Page View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 House prices links House price bubble links Inflation links What happened during the last house price crash links Test links UK housing market redirect page links Test links Buy to let links Economics links First Time Buyers links Financial Services Authority links

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  • Special pages - HousePriceWiki
    pages Maintenance reports Broken redirects Dead end pages Double redirects Long pages Oldest pages Orphaned pages Pages with the fewest revisions Pages without language links Protected pages Protected titles Short pages Uncategorized categories Uncategorized files Uncategorized pages Uncategorized templates Unused categories Unused files Unused templates Wanted categories Wanted files Wanted pages Wanted templates Lists of pages All pages All pages with prefix Categories List of redirects Pages with a page property Search Tracking categories Login create account Log in Users and rights Active users list Blocked users Change email address Preferences Reset password Reset tokens User contributions User group rights User list Recent changes and logs Gallery of new files Logs New pages Recent changes Related changes Valid change tags Watchlist Media reports and uploads File list List of files with duplicates MIME search Media statistics Search for duplicate files Data and tools Book sources Expand templates Statistics System messages Version Redirecting special pages External links search Random page Random page in category Random redirect Redirect by file user page or revision ID High use pages Most linked to categories Most linked to files Most linked to pages Most transcluded pages Pages with the most categories Pages with the most

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  • HousePriceWiki
    anything to do with property the in thing Many of the property make over shows have been sponsored by the little red telephone insurance company this is the insurance arm of one of Britain s biggest mortgage companies When the presenters advise people to clear some clutter hang new curtains and see it sell for an extra 10 000 they achieve two desirable outcomes for the mortgage lending part of their sponsors a they talk up the market and raise expectations b they ease the sale of repossessed properties Grand Designs is sponsored by ING and never shows the plans that fail journalists would do The Economics of a boom and bust Housepricecrash Index Main Page House prices Differences in the house price indices First Time Buyers Buying a home Buying to Let Renting your home Mortgages Savings Investing Pensions Economics Topical Northern Rock Sub prime Credit Crunch Quotes Categories Keywords Articles People So exactly why are we in this current mess Why has there been a house price boom and why is it inevitable that there will be a house price crash Economists have long ago stopped trying to predict when bubbles will burst and in particular the UK housing market bubble What are the economic tools available to the Bank of England to control the economy and what influences changes in interest rates The current UK price boom started after the DOT com bubble burst and about the same time as the Equitable problems started to appear People we all know someone stated their DIY pension by buying a house or two and renting it out The boom that followed was perpetuated by the different interest groups around the property market Like the DOT com bubble it is perceived as a one way bet which is what you want when saving for your retirement The housing market is not actually a market where prices are controlled simply by supply and demand many estate agencies are tied to or owned by financial institutions This means that it is better for the owners of the estate agencies Halifax and the others to sell no houses pay the agents to authorise risky loans than to mark down prices Marking down prices will continue to encourage some of the smarter buy to letters to cash in releasing more housing stock onto the market and risk triggering the crash Two actions available to Gordon to create affordable and a sustainable housing market without increasing interest rates are a create a walk away leave the keys right so that negative equity stays with the lender rather than the borrower b make estate agencies separate from the financial institutions both of these would better allow the housing market to operate properly Investing abroad It seems that everyone is now investing abroad in countries like Spain France and Turkey to name just a few But what is the effect of this rampant property investment and where is all the money coming from Government and politics People

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  • HousePriceWiki
    have become all too common on our screens and have made anything to do with property the in thing Many of the property make over shows have been sponsored by the little red telephone insurance company this is the insurance arm of one of Britain s biggest mortgage companies When the presenters advise people to clear some clutter hang new curtains and see it sell for an extra 10 000 they achieve two desirable outcomes for the mortgage lending part of their sponsors a they talk up the market and raise expectations b they ease the sale of repossessed properties Grand Designs is sponsored by ING and never shows the plans that fail journalists would do The Economics of a boom and bust Housepricecrash Index Main Page House prices Differences in the house price indices First Time Buyers Buying a home Buying to Let Renting your home Mortgages Savings Investing Pensions Economics Topical Northern Rock Sub prime Credit Crunch Quotes Categories Keywords Articles People So exactly why are we in this current mess Why has there been a house price boom and why is it inevitable that there will be a house price crash Economists have long ago stopped trying to predict when bubbles will burst and in particular the UK housing market bubble What are the economic tools available to the Bank of England to control the economy and what influences changes in interest rates The current UK price boom started after the DOT com bubble burst and about the same time as the Equitable problems started to appear People we all know someone stated their DIY pension by buying a house or two and renting it out The boom that followed was perpetuated by the different interest groups around the property market Like the DOT com bubble it is perceived as a one way bet which is what you want when saving for your retirement The housing market is not actually a market where prices are controlled simply by supply and demand many estate agencies are tied to or owned by financial institutions This means that it is better for the owners of the estate agencies Halifax and the others to sell no houses pay the agents to authorise risky loans than to mark down prices Marking down prices will continue to encourage some of the smarter buy to letters to cash in releasing more housing stock onto the market and risk triggering the crash Two actions available to Gordon to create affordable and a sustainable housing market without increasing interest rates are a create a walk away leave the keys right so that negative equity stays with the lender rather than the borrower b make estate agencies separate from the financial institutions both of these would better allow the housing market to operate properly Investing abroad It seems that everyone is now investing abroad in countries like Spain France and Turkey to name just a few But what is the effect of this rampant property investment and

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  • HPC Definition - HousePriceWiki
    News Blog with some additions by night House price Inflation HPI relative to inflation RPI 75 Frenzy 20 to 50 Bubble 15 to 20 Growth 10 to 15 Upturn 5 to 10 Recovery 5 to 5 Stagnation parts of the North are here 5 to 10 Correction 10 to 15 Slump 15 to 20 Decline parts of the US are here 20 to 50 Crash 50 to 75 Meltdown on

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