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  • Telegraph: Ten Reasons Why I'm Looking Forwards To The House Price Crash - House prices and the economy - House Price Crash forum
    top 5 rantnrave rantnrave HPC Guru Members 5 284 posts Posted Today 10 28 AM 1 Normal people would move back into London 2 We could forget about Lord Sugar 3 Branches of Foxtons will close down 4 Middle class investors will rediscover risk Cant be bothered to ctrl v the rest what a sh t list Nice headline though Back to top 6 thejaksie thejaksie HPC Poster Members 172 posts Posted Today 10 31 AM propapocalypse loving it Back to top 7 Madcrash Madcrash HPC Newbie New Members 8 posts Posted Today 10 33 AM Nice that he even raises the prospect of 30 40 50 reductions and house prices from 2004 Back to top 8 canbuywontbuy canbuywontbuy HPC Veteran Members 1 022 posts Posted Today 10 35 AM It s heartening to see this although you can t help but wonder why wasn t this written years ago Typical coy journalism waiting until the housing bubble is at its worst before admitting to it The same paper that s been talking up house prices for years Now the editor gives the go ahead to state the bleeding obvious 5 Money will be freed up to perform more useful tasks Overpriced property is a massive drag on the UK economy For starters every pound that goes into rent or mortgage payments is money you don t spend on goods or services If your rent was lower you d have more to fritter away on restaurants holidays cars entertainment and other stuff that s good for the economy No sh t sherlock I don t feel very good about the unearned hundreds of thousands I m now sitting on Alex Proud Yeah right Fact is mate money talks You might feel guilty but you ll take the money and sell up at a profit Back to top 9 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 10 53 AM There is a definite narrative in the MSM regarding bubble popping prices being insane foreign investors fleeing market collapsing Next up tell the sheeple that the crash has started PANIC PANIC PANIC Back to top 10 dances with sheeple dances with sheeple I live on HPC Members 13 210 posts Posted Today 10 53 AM It s heartening to see this although you can t help but wonder why wasn t this written years ago Typical coy journalism waiting until the housing bubble is at its worst before admitting to it The same paper that s been talking up house prices for years Now the editor gives the go ahead to state the bleeding obvious No sh t sherlock Yeah right Fact is mate money talks You might feel guilty but you ll take the money and sell up at a profit Better get selling because when the panic starts it will be impossible to cash in double bubble gains IMO Back to top 11 dances with sheeple dances with sheeple I live on HPC

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/208402-telegraph-ten-reasons-why-im-looking-forwards-to-the-house-price-crash/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Eu To Introduce Draft Multinationals Tax Proposals - House prices and the economy - House Price Crash forum
    affect the highest grossing 15 of corporations Still it is a start UK to become tax haven if Brexit Still not young enough to know everything Back to top 2 Snugglybear Snugglybear HPC Veteran Members 2 785 posts Posted Today 09 17 AM http www independe tml commentsDiv In April IMO it needs to go further as the proposals would only affect the highest grossing 15 of corporations Still it is a start UK to become tax haven if Brexit snip UK to become tax haven if Brexit snip I d bet money on it And I m not a betting person Back to top 3 zugzwang zugzwang I live on HPC Members 8 174 posts About Me Minskyite Posted Today 09 27 AM The UK and its crown dependencies and offshore secrecy jurisdictions already make up the world s largest tax avoidance network zugzwang n a situation where every possible move or decision is a bad one or one that will result in damage or loss It s not a recovery it s a relapse Economics It s got numbers and expressions and stuff just like science Back to top 4 campervanman campervanman HPC Senior Veteran Members 3 756

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/208400-eu-to-introduce-draft-multinationals-tax-proposals/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Prepare, ....., For 50 Per Cent-Plus Price Drops. - House prices and the economy - House Price Crash forum
    ruin CLICK HERE http www bbc co uk mortgage shtml AND READ THIS http www housepric howtopic 152508 WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE 2003 4 DOCUMENTARY HERE Click on parts 2 3 as you go along watching this video AND WATCH THE LATEST VIDEO OF LIAR LOANS STILL IN ACTION HERE in 2008 http news sky com 20080641317257 Back to top 2 Saving For a Space Ship Saving For a Space Ship I live on HPC Members 7 910 posts Location Doom Roamin Posted Today 12 00 AM Hi Eric posted already http www housepric 40 london htb 2016 Chinese London Flat Buyer to EA Keep the 2k deposit if you don t like it come after us in the Chinese courts How To Get Planning Permission on Non Development Land For Low Impact Structures The Next Generation Where did you boldly go How NOT to bid at a property auction Scousenfraude Back to top 3 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 07 58 AM Hi Eric posted already http www housepric 40 london htb Somethings are worth posting twice Back to top 4 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 07 59 AM are sold off plan to overseas investors Remind me how did this end in Bulgaria and Spain Back to top 5 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 08 02 AM I rememebr in 2007 a couple of people I know sold in January 2006 then completed in Sept 2007 The buyer tyhen tried to flip They were obviously waiting to see what the market was doing and buy at the priginal price it was poetic justice when I saw both of them loose 10 s of thousands when they finally sold in 2011 Back to top 6 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 08 02 AM I rememebr in 2007 a couple of people I know sold in January 2006 then completed in Sept 2007 The buyer tyhen tried to flip They were obviously waiting to see what the market was doing and buy at the priginal price it was poetic justice when I saw both of them loose 10 s of thousands when they finally sold in 2011 Back to top 7 sPinwheel sPinwheel HPC Senior Veteran Members 3 116 posts Posted Today 08 07 AM I rememebr in 2007 a couple of people I know sold in January 2006 then completed in Sept 2007 The buyer tyhen tried to flip They were obviously waiting to see what the market was doing and buy at the priginal price it was poetic justice when I saw both of them loose 10 s of thousands when they finally sold in 2011 Somethings are worth posting twice Back to top 8 TheCountOfNowhere TheCountOfNowhere I live on HPC Members 20 424 posts Location Nowhere Posted Today 10 14

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/208399-prepare-for-50-per-cent-plus-price-drops/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Pay To Stay - No More 80K German Cars Outside Council Houses - House prices and the economy - House Price Crash forum
    AM No Multigenerational tenancies at massively subsidised rents was the problem Once the tenancy was granted the council lost the asset for potentially a century yet retained all repair and maintenance obligations That s where the discounting occurred not when they got it off their books I don t have evidence to back up spy guys 80 figure above but it sounds reasonable I may try to find the figure today Subsidised rents made working for a living for viable for those on fixed incomes The council obligations were are little different to private landlords on the continent today Sorry but your post screams of right to buy apology the remarkable result is that under Mrs Thatcher from 1979 90 just as under Tony Blair from 1997 2007 the real value of Housing Equity Withdrawal is larger than the real value of GDP growth Back to top 10 Democorruptcy Democorruptcy Members 11 144 posts Posted Today 09 34 AM They don t want anyone to be able to live cheaply and not be in debt to banks Increasing rents will help create more home borrowers in debt to banks for 40 or 50 years The minimum wage is going up to 9 an hour so two on that will be 36k household income Democorruptcy If you say Democorruptcy quickly it sounds a bit like Democracy In a Democracy people vote for politicians who represent their interests In the UK s Democorruptcy people can only vote for expense fiddling thieving MPs who are in the hip pocket of big business and the finance sector Governbankment A Governbankment is a Government like ours that has no line between itself and banks It diverts public money our taxes to private companies banks George Osborne s Help to Buy Bail Banks promises our taxes will go to bankers to cover their losses on mortgages that default The more houses cost the more hours you have to work to buy one The more hours you work the more taxes you have to pay the Governbankment The more debt you take on and the longer the mortgage term the more interest you have to pay bankers so the more hours you also have to work for them House were cheap when people did mortgages at 3x main income for a whole house Now banks encourage them to do 4 5x joint income often for only a share of a house the houses cost a lot more House prices are all about people s appetite for lending If it is asserted that civilization is a real advance in the condition of man and I think that it is though only the wise improve their advantages it must be shown that it has produced better dwellings without making them more costly and the cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it immediately or in the long run http classiclit ab en Part 2 4 htm

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?/topic/208398-pay-to-stay-no-more-80k-german-cars-outside-council-houses/ (2016-02-08)
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  • News Blog - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
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  • News Blog > Is the property market as rigged as LIBOR? - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    per cent And because they face an economic slowdown at home Chinese investors in particular are saying  Keep the  2 000  and if you don t like it come after us in the Chinese courts  They are defaulting in other words with no consequences And the result is that some developers are left holding a huge supply of apartments that few onshore buyers can afford Prepare said my nark for 50 per cent plus price drops Posted by sneaker 07 20 PM 1379 views Add Comment Report Article 3 Comments 1 khards said I guess the developers will rent them out at 2k per month Sunday February 7 2016 10 27AM Report Comment 2 khards said I guess the developers will rent them out at 2k per month Sunday February 7 2016 10 27AM Report Comment 3 taffee said Think they obligated to pay banks back who funded it Sunday February 7 2016 10 58AM Report Comment Add comment Username Admin Password optional Email Address Comments Add Comment If you do not have an admin password leave the password field blank If you would like to request a password allowing you to add comments and blog

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  • News Blog > Buy to rot! - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    are exactly the same Australia has taken action against this The Chinese governement is supposedly coming down heavy on it and it looks like Canada will follow suit How long will it be before this becomes an international issue like immigration and the UK takes action as well I can see the possibility of a number of black swans colliding mid air when government policy on buy to let non doms and eventually foreign ownerships collides with economic reality Posted by britishblue 01 52 PM 972 views Add Comment Report Article 3 Comments 1 taffee said successful and sustainable economies are built on people being productive for people to be productive they need to be well educated or trained in skills not worrying about ever having a roof over their head or the latest iphone What we have presently is bizarre service sector is now 79 of the economy no progress on balance there at all government also apparently employ 50 of the people we have near 100 billion deficit and 1 55 trillion in debt what could go wrong Saturday February 6 2016 02 15PM Report Comment 2 britishblue said what could go wrong probably Deutche Bank It has 75 trillion in derivatives which is THREE times the GDP of the whole of Europe If Deutche Bank implodes it will make Lehman look like a passing shower compared to a category 5 hurricane Saturday February 6 2016 03 37PM Report Comment 3 mark said carney canada carney UK carney Brazil next maybe Parts of canada are struggling due to oil prices chinese investors are being hunted by their government Monday February 8 2016 09 42AM Report Comment Add comment Username Admin Password optional Email Address Comments Add Comment If you do not have an admin password leave the password

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/newsblog/2016/02/blog-buy-to-rot-176283.php (2016-02-08)
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  • News Blog > 'experts' dont know why? - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    China bubble Saturday February 6 2016 11 24AM Report Comment 2 taffee said its the simple misallocation of money as a results of cheap credit it leads to mispricing of assets followed by deflation of those assets after the jobs and wealth that creates then suffer the consequences i e job losses and wealth destruction i e central banks always knew this was a bad gig which is why it was a last resort i e a totally pointless exercise Saturday February 6 2016 11 57AM Report Comment 3 cyril said same story in Europe seems to be caused by the drop in oil prices bad debts It s a weird state of affairs because the low oil price is caused mostly by excess production so you would think it would increase economic activity But it seems to have had the opposite effect Saturday February 6 2016 12 28PM Report Comment 4 enuii said Cheap oil could be the only thing propping everything up Saturday February 6 2016 01 19PM Report Comment 5 britishblue said Deutche Bank has 75 trillion trillion not billion in derivitives That is 20 times the GDP of Germany and three times the GDP of the WHOLE of Europe This game of monopoly is not going to end well But what we dont know is how far the can will be kicked down the road Saturday February 6 2016 01 57PM Report Comment 6 jack c said www marketwatch com story why a selloff in european banks is ominous 2016 02 07 dist beforebell Monday February 8 2016 01 48PM Report Comment Add comment Username Admin Password optional Email Address Comments Add Comment If you do not have an admin password leave the password field blank If you would like to request a password allowing you

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