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  • Where's the money coming from - HousePriceWiki
    of similar loans together a Collateralised Debt Obligation or CDOs Bank sells the future rights to income from these loans to investors both domestic and foreign Investors borrow in Yen or Swiss Francs interest rates 2 and lend for mortgages in Sterling interest rate 5 known as the carry trade This is why Japanese interest rates and exchange rates are now so important A collapse of the USD possibly due

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  • Government - HousePriceWiki
    to favour home ownership Planning can be restricted to artificially lower the supply of housing However the role of planners and developer can be blurred developers can artificially lower the supply of housing by accumulating land with planning permission to form a land bank to be used as a balance book asset which can be used as a deposit against a loan for developments elsewhere and can be sold at

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  • Government - HousePriceWiki
    be manipulated to favour home ownership Planning can be restricted to artificially lower the supply of housing However the role of planners and developer can be blurred developers can artificially lower the supply of housing by accumulating land with planning permission to form a land bank to be used as a balance book asset which can be used as a deposit against a loan for developments elsewhere and can be

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  • House prices - HousePriceWiki
    Special pages Printable version Permanent link House prices Redirected from House price 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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  • Government - HousePriceWiki
    be manipulated to favour home ownership Planning can be restricted to artificially lower the supply of housing However the role of planners and developer can be blurred developers can artificially lower the supply of housing by accumulating land with planning permission to form a land bank to be used as a balance book asset which can be used as a deposit against a loan for developments elsewhere and can be

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  • Borrow - HousePriceWiki
    Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Borrow Don t borrow money you cannot afford to pay back otherwise your house may be repossessed and you may be declared bankrupt See also Economics Debt collection agencies Savers Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Borrow oldid 3747 Category Keywords About

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  • Debt - HousePriceWiki
    take the form of a person company or a Government What can go wrong Several factors can affect the ability of the debtor to repay the borrowed money and interest due For people such factors can be redundancy rising interest rates increased taxation and inflation For Governments such factors can be rising interest rates and reduced tax receipts caused be a recession Short of bankruptcy it is rare that debts are wholly or partially forgiven If the borrower fails to pay then the lendor can apply for them to be declared bankrupt The lendor can use a debt collection agency to seize goods to the value of the of the outstanding debt e g they can take your car plasma TV and even evict you from your home It is reported that such debt collection agencies can resort to intimidation and or violence to recover the money Countries can also go bankrupt Contary to popular belief this status is not soley reserved for tin pot South African regimes In fact any country whose Government is reckless can go bankrupt The last Labour government did just this in 1976 the then Prime Minister Jim Callaghan had to borrow from the governments lender of last resort the International Monetary Fund IMF Thus it seems U K governments are more likely to go bankrupt than there is to be a run on a bank Risk The lendor always expects to get their money back To help ensure this the lendor will assess the risk of your failing to pay back the money If the risk is low then the interest rates will also be low However if the risk is high then either a penal rate of interest will be applied to the loan or the lendor will refuse to advance the money

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  • Chancellor - HousePriceWiki
    Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Chancellor The current Chancellor of the Exchequer is Alistair Darling Gordon Brown is now the Prime Minister but was the Chancellor during the growth of the housing bubble and the racking up by people and Government of massive debt See also Alistair Darling Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title

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