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  • Recent boom in prices - HousePriceWiki
    of which I was solely tempted to list above but in the end I came to the conclusion that it is not a fundamental factor even though it is a large contributing factor Other factors which have contributed to the Housing Boom The Buy to Let market Let s start by asking a question How many people do you know that rent out property And secondly how many properties on average would you say these people each have in their portfolio I m not claiming to be a mind reader but I would say that the answer to both would be quite a few Traditionally landlords were wealthy people who investment in property Nowadays everyone s is doing it But why The answer is simple in a rising house price market using a high level of gearing people can easily build up a housing empire This must be the most common topic of conversation in every pub up and down the country and everyone is more than willing to tell their own story Think of a pyramid and you ll begin to see the way that it works A person re mortgages their existing property to fund a buy to let mortgage on 1 or maybe 2 properties These properties are then rented out either privately or to councils Once the landlord has saved enough rental income to put down a deposit on another property they go out and buy another house In a rising market this can happen even quicker as equity can be withdrawn from the newly acquired rental properties to fund new purchases Using a high level of gearing it has been possible for literally tens of thousands of people to become landlords What has this got to do with the house prices going up The buy to let market is pushing up demand and mopping up the limited supply which ultimately leads to spiral This then turns into a vicious circle as first time buyers are priced out of the market and are forced to live in rented accommodation which is in turn owned by the buy to let landlords The right to buy of Council Houses We have good old Maggie to thank for this one and it is also related to the Buy to Let market which you will see in a moment Following the Conservative win in the 1979 election Margaret Thatcher introduced the right to buy policy under the Housing Act of 1980 Everyone should own their own home and why not Well let us start by looking at how council houses came about in the first place We have to go back to the end of WWII at a time when Britain was left counting the cost of the war with nearly one in three houses destroyed or damaged The majority of Britons before the war lived in cramped 2up 2 down houses with a small back yard and a toilet to the rear of the property There were not many

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  • Greed - HousePriceWiki
    it gets out of control then it can become dangerous Let s look at a few aspects of greed that relate specifically to the housing market The greed of the Buy to let investor who wants to own more and more properties It starts off with one then five then twenty five I suppose it s human nature that everyone wants to make a quick buck but then it doesn

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  • Fear - HousePriceWiki
    Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Fear Fear and its impact on the housing market Fear in terms of the housing market is being afraid that if you do not buy now then you will lose out by not being able to afford to buy in the future Fear has driven the housing market almost as much as greed In the same way as greed fear also clouds judgement and also makes common sense go out of the window when it comes to taking risk Fear makes you lose the ability to judge a property s true value and fear will also make you mortgage yourself up to the hilt and beg borrow and steal to get on the housing ladder The danger here is that many people are stretching themselves too much and exposing themselves with very narrow margins to probable financial difficulties Having an interest only mortgage a few years ago withough having some other form of investment with which to pay back the capital at the end of the term was alost unheard of but now it has become common place all because of fear Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co

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  • Stock market - HousePriceWiki
    Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Stock market The Stock Market or Stock Exchange is where shares in publicly traded companies are bought and sold See also London Stock Exchange Yields Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Stock market oldid 3803 Categories Investment Keywords About us Contact

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  • Vested interest - HousePriceWiki
    the negligible or negative yields would make their investment untenable Estate Agents They charge a percentage fee based on the sale price of a property so all the time that prices are high then their fees are also high Estate agents also need to have a high level of liquidity in a market in order to have a good level of turnover of properties being bought and sold If the housing market goes stagnant then their income will greatly reduce Estate agents may then try to kick start the market in a negative direction just to get turnover and their fees going again Mortgage providers All the time prices are high the mortgages that people need to purchase properties are also high which means a high amount of long term interest and in some cases high percentage fees up front based on the value of the mortgage Government Increasing house prices enable people to borrow against the increased value of their home and then spend the money thus growing the economy There are also a number of people who have a vested interest in property prices returning to normal levels First Time Buyers This group of people are unable to

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  • House prices - HousePriceWiki
    Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link House prices 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 House prices have gone up considerably between 1995 and 2006 having had a severe fall between 1989 to 1995 However will there now be another house price fall The affordability of house prices will be a key factor in either the soft landing of the housing market or a property crash Check out the house prices in your location by clicking on some of the links below Remember that these are historical values and the past is no guarantee of the future See also Statistic wiki page for a discussion on how Estate Agents can make house prices seem to be going up even though they are going down Home staging Second homes Differences between the main house price indices Topics and arguments Comparing Sold Price Websites External Link BBC House Prices in your area Our Property Website Petrol Prices Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index

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  • House prices - HousePriceWiki
    Special pages Printable version Permanent link House prices Redirected from Housing market 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 House prices have gone up considerably between 1995 and 2006 having had a severe fall between 1989 to 1995 However will there now be another house price fall The affordability of house prices will be a key factor in either the soft landing of the housing market or a property crash Check out the house prices in your location by clicking on some of the links below Remember that these are historical values and the past is no guarantee of the future See also Statistic wiki page for a discussion on how Estate Agents can make house prices seem to be going up even though they are going down Home staging Second homes Differences between the main house price indices Topics and arguments Comparing Sold Price Websites External Link BBC House Prices in your area Our Property Website Petrol Prices Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk

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  • Media - HousePriceWiki
    Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Media It has been alleged that elements in the media is a vested interest in higher house prices because it is dependent on advertising from property companies Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Media oldid 2977 Category Keywords About us Contact

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