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  • Bubble - HousePriceWiki
    The price of the asset then reaches unsustainable levels and then the bubble bursts which is known as a crash which results in a sudden drop in prices Bubbles have a negative impact on the economy because the crash which usually follows an economic bubble can destroy a large amount of wealth and cause continuing economic fallout as was the case of the Great Depression in the 1930s for much

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  • Bank of England - HousePriceWiki
    as a tool to keep the CPI inflation figure within the range set by the Treasury The Bank of England is also the Lender of last resort for U K financial institutions that are in distress e g Northern Rock The Bank of England is a member of the Tripartite agreement along with the Treasury and FSA See also Bank of England Bank of England as Lender of Last Resort

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  • Economics - HousePriceWiki
    set such that inflation as measured by the CPI is kept below 2 The combination of using the CPI as oppossed to the RPI and the actions of the US Federal Reserve lowering interest rates during every Financial Crisis has led to historical low rates and thus it has been easy to borrow money In the past ten years we have seen low unemployment with unusually low pay rises due to cheap Chinese labour and low interest rates however both taxes and real inflation as measured using RPI have been high The higher taxes being used to fund increased public sector spending which in turn have enabled public sector workers to bid up house prices To date the U K consumer has ignored higher taxes as the low interest rates have made mortgages appear cheap thus increasing house prices These high house prices then enable the consumer to borrow money MEW Thus the economy has been kept going by house price inflation increasing debt and public sector spending This boom to bust policy has now led to increasing inflation and thus increasing interest rates and declining affordability with the result that some sub prime mortgage borrowers are now unable to meet their repayments and are therefore having there homes Repossessed Due to this some banks have now lost a significant amount of money These bank losses have caused a loss in lending confidence resulting in the Credit Crunch and the bank run on the Northern Rock We are now at the top of the cycle with the affordability of house prices low The danger now is that the bubble will burst leading to a siginificant loss of capital and the misery of negative equity for thousands of people The US Federal Reserve has already cut interest rates however with both

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  • Interest rates - HousePriceWiki
    have recently been at historical low levels Rates were lowered significantly after the bursting of the dotcom bubble in 2000 and were again lowered after the 9 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Alan Greenspan is credited with lowering interest rates at the first sign of a slow down in the US economy this has become known as the Greenspan Put The negative effect of the Greenspan Put

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  • Boom - HousePriceWiki
    blog wiki forum boss Navigation Main Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Boom Boom is when people think house prices will continue to rise See also Cyclic Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Boom oldid 3578 Category Keywords About us Contact us Glossary Link to us Media

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  • Gambling - HousePriceWiki
    RSS home graphs base rates resources books blog wiki forum boss Navigation Main Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Gambling Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Gambling oldid 3056 Category Keywords About us Contact us Glossary Link to us Media Privacy Policy Stats Testimonials 91 105 69

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  • Estate Agents - HousePriceWiki
    years and there have also been thousands of new estate agents which have set up shop as the market is currently unregulated and requires no licences or qualifications However there is the property misdescriptions act 1991 although this still does not stop the derelict house being described as one of outstanding opportunity When a market becomes stagnant and the number of transactions drop off then estate agents don t make as much money from commissions They may then help to turn the market by talking it down in order to create momentum The fees an Estate agent charges can be significant For example a 2 fee may not sound like a lot of money but on a 400 000 house it is 8 000 If this still does not sound like a lot of money to you then calculate how many hours after paying tax you have to work to earn 8 000 and then finally ask yourself the question does the estate agent have to work as many hours to earn your money If the answer is no then you could try selling your property on Tesco s or a similar website such as mousesale co uk After all most buyers now look for their new home on a website and once found they either speak to the estate agent or to the seller directly Lets face it we all learnt to talk even before we went to school so we don t need an estate agent for that In today s dropping market saving the estate agents fees is critical it could even save you from being in negative equity The buyer is not daft they know if you are selling via an estate agent then the price is probably higher than if you were selling direct Even

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  • Risk - HousePriceWiki
    page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Risk Quote Every business and every product has risks You can t get around it Lee Iacocca Risk can either be high or low See also Forecasting Moneyweek Why extreme risk is becoming more common Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Risk oldid 3252 Category

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