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  • News Blog > Britain's version of the Beverley Hills tour - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
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  • News Blog > Absolute disaster, please respond with anger - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    buy a new home and cannot sell their existing residence on time with potential for a refund but where will they find cash for the new tax Also taxing those who need a second home for work or those who own a property overseas maybe for family reasons Meanwhile the big corporate buy to let companies are EXEMPT from the tax and unmarried couples can have two principle homes They are incentivising big landlords and also making moving house a total chore and creating a massive tax reason to get divorced or not get married These people are clinically insane Please let your MP know how angry you are Posted by libertas 12 35 PM 820 views Add Comment Report Article No comments have been submitted Be the first person to add your comment by completing the form below 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 news articles without needing each one approved manually send an e mail to the webmaster Your email address is required so we

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  • News Blog > I thought there was a massive lack of supply - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    faster and provide more employment whereas corporates tend to focus on economies of scale outsourcing and off shoring and cutting jobs taking less risk than entrepreneurs Thursday February 4 2016 10 23AM Report Comment 12 libertas said mombers do you also avoid buying from your local farm independent local shops made in England products from down the road The slippery slope is that this approach in general is bad for the general public because local businesses re cycle cash locally creating a local economy tend to grow faster and provide more employment whereas corporates tend to focus on economies of scale outsourcing and off shoring and cutting jobs taking less risk than entrepreneurs Thursday February 4 2016 10 23AM Report Comment 13 libertas said mombers do you also avoid buying from your local farm independent local shops made in England products from down the road The slippery slope is that this approach in general is bad for the general public because local businesses re cycle cash locally creating a local economy tend to grow faster and provide more employment whereas corporates tend to focus on economies of scale outsourcing and off shoring and cutting jobs taking less risk than entrepreneurs Thursday February 4 2016 10 23AM Report Comment 14 libertas said mombers do you also avoid buying from your local farm independent local shops made in England products from down the road The slippery slope is that this approach in general is bad for the general public because local businesses re cycle cash locally creating a local economy tend to grow faster and provide more employment whereas corporates tend to focus on economies of scale outsourcing and off shoring and cutting jobs taking less risk than entrepreneurs Thursday February 4 2016 10 23AM Report Comment 15 nickb said Libertas are you a spambot programmed by Money Week N Thursday February 4 2016 11 22AM Report Comment 16 libertas said nickb are you a total p ck Thursday February 4 2016 12 47PM Report Comment 17 libertas said Oops I see I hit the button a few times by mistake Thought the computer had frozen Thursday February 4 2016 12 48PM Report Comment 18 sibley s b stard child said I don t always enjoy getting shafted by rentiers But when I do it s when they re local Thursday February 4 2016 01 27PM Report Comment 19 britishblue said Libertas 7 This is not a good analogy The local farms tend to take a much greater pride in their food and try to provide the best they can Their food is fresh not packaged to increase its shelf life and you see what you get I have spoken to German tenants in the UK who are appalled how bad the BTL sector is If a boiler goes in a BTL house and the landlord decides to shop around a tenant could be waiting for a month to get heating in winter and still pay full rent In any other industry

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  • News Blog > Tulips in Central London - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    or Russia and for whatever reason thought London should be priced like a land locked place such as Manhattan Monaco or Mumbai For the rest of us a 50 drop sounds just about right How about that 140 000 000 apartment in Knightsbridge 10 000 sq ft 14 000 per square foot I fancy 2 000 per square foot is the maximum it should be So Sub 20m and probably for a normal person still way over priced there as no amount of ostentation even a revolting amount can change that it s still a glass box on a polluted main road Seriously I think some of this stuff will fall 90 and still find no buyers Wednesday February 3 2016 08 03AM Report Comment 4 britishblue said I think it is in Australia where they are bringing out new laws for foreign buyers including fines or imprisonment if buyers cant prove the money was clean When this thing starts going down foreign buyers will be ripe to tax and extract wealth from in the UK Wednesday February 3 2016 08 53AM Report Comment 5 taffee said The asset price burst seemed to exert a strong impact on the overall Japanese economy By 1992 urban land prices nationwide declined 1 7 from the peak 10 However the impact was worse for land in the six major cities as the average land prices commercial residential and industrial dropped 15 5 from its peak 10 Commercial residential and industrial land prices dropped 15 2 17 9 and 13 1 respectively 10 The entire asset price crisis was far worse especially in the large business districts of Tokyo By 2004 prime A property in Tokyo s financial districts had slumped to less than 1 percent of its peak and Tokyo s residential homes

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  • News Blog > And BTL folk wonder why they have no mates? - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    1387 views Add Comment Report Article 2 Comments 1 cyril said 60 000 a year for an ex council house You must be having a laugh I hope all you Londoners out there are voting for George Galloway in the mayoral elections He might be barking mad but he s got some good ideas to tackle the housing crisis Monday February 1 2016 09 38PM Report Comment 2 libertas said Yes pretty grotesque and I met folk buying up a council flat a week 10yrs ago Furthermore they should have been leasholds with Council s maintaining freehold and restricting any sub letting to avoid this clearly tax payer funded gouging It was obviously a planned dismantling of council housing when they did not require that Council house sales be like for like i e one built for every sold with that built into the sale price even if the additional were a government guaranteed loan But we are where we are and the same is about to be done with housing association stock Meanwhile folk think I can crazy rolling up my sleeves and fighting tooth and nail with these Charlatans to grab myself a home Monday February 1 2016

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  • News Blog > Out-going tide revealing trash - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    Comment 1 libertas said Dollar index though is staying firmly below 100 Will it pop or a realisation that the FED cannot sustain rate rises will that cause it to collapse Wednesday February 3 2016 12 27AM 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

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  • News Blog > No bear food here - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    description Enfield He shouts in glee at becoming poorer and seeing his children face a debt filled future Other people scratch their heads in bemusement Monday February 1 2016 09 38PM Report Comment 5 libertas said Actually its starting to gentrify We may just stay 10mins from our local organic farm and from the vast expanse of Epping Forest or the M25 to get out a there or 15mins train to Hackney 20mins to Liverpool Street or Oxford Street Large houses with huge gardens thousands of lock up shops just waiting for hipsters What could possibly go wrong Once White Hart Lane stadium is built and the new Crossrail trains are on West Anglia by 2018 and Crossrail 2 is confirmed Tottenham will be very much on the way and late comers will start flocking to Edmonton and Enfield In the gentrification game you either move into the city or let the city move to you Tuesday February 2 2016 04 13PM Report Comment 6 libertas said Incidentally whilst Enfield Borough is rising very fast at 13 4 Edmonton is racing ahead closer to 20 with houses trading at 325k last year now trading at 400k Tuesday February 2 2016 04 15PM Report Comment 7 mister ed said 5 Actually its starting to gentrify Sure it is Just like Hackney gentrified as long as you can afford to send your kid to private school to avoid the dire local comprehensives and you re careful where you walk at night We may just stay Like many others who cannot trade up due to rampant HPI you may well have no choice Tuesday February 2 2016 04 56PM Report Comment 8 libertas said 5 We will not need to trade up because we are extending to make a four bedroom house that

    Original URL path: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/newsblog/2016/01/blog-no-bear-food-here-175403.php (2016-02-08)
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  • Graphs > Communities and Local Government (National) - HousePriceCrash.co.uk
    Jan 12 206 523 0 20 13 03 2012 Dec 11 205 269 0 10 14 02 2012 Nov 11 205 796 0 30 17 01 2012 Oct 11 205 974 0 40 13 12 2011 Sep 11 207 326 1 40 15 11 2011 Aug 11 208 476 1 30 11 10 2011 Jul 11 207 690 1 50 13 09 2011 Jun 11 204 981 2 00 16 08 2011 May 11 203 528 1 60 12 07 2011 Apr 11 204 439 0 30 14 06 2011 Mar 11 205 565 0 90 17 05 2011 Feb 11 204 164 0 70 12 04 2011 Jan 11 208 552 0 50 15 03 2011 Dec 10 208 148 3 80 15 02 2011 Nov 10 208 585 4 00 18 01 2011 Oct 10 209 466 5 50 14 12 2010 Sep 10 211 815 6 10 16 11 2010 Aug 10 213 116 8 30 12 10 2010 Jul 10 212 878 8 40 14 09 2010 Jun 10 210 775 9 90 10 08 2010 May 10 209 505 11 00 13 07 2010 Apr 10 207 516 10 10 15 06 2010 Mar 10 205 598 9 70 13 05 2010 Feb 10 204 359 7 40 13 04 2010 Jan 10 207 159 6 20 16 03 2010 Dec 09 200 307 2 90 16 02 2010 Nov 09 200 454 0 60 12 01 2010 Oct 09 198 450 2 20 15 12 2009 Sep 09 199 303 4 10 10 11 2009 Aug 09 196 510 5 60 13 10 2009 Jul 09 196 338 8 30 15 09 2009 Jun 09 191 423 10 70 11 08 2009 May 09 188 991 12 50 14 07 2009 Apr 09 189 215 13 00 09 06 2009 Mar 09 187 193 13 60 12 05 2009 Feb 09 189 813 12 30 15 04 2009 Jan 09 195 724 11 50 17 03 2009 Dec 08 195 317 10 20 17 02 2009 Nov 08 199 732 8 60 13 01 2009 Oct 08 203 539 7 40 09 12 2008 Sep 08 208 583 5 10 11 11 2008 Aug 08 211 410 3 40 14 10 2008 Jul 08 217 171 0 30 16 09 2008 Jun 08 215 029 0 60 12 08 2008 May 08 218 151 3 70 08 07 2008 Apr 08 218 875 4 90 10 06 2008 Mar 08 217 344 5 20 13 05 2008 Feb 08 217 737 6 70 15 04 2008 Jan 08 221 758 8 00 11 03 2008 Dec 07 219 591 9 10 11 02 2008 Nov 07 218 330 9 50 14 01 2008 Oct 07 220 195 11 30 10 12 2007 Sep 07 220 111 10 80 12 11 2007 Aug 07 219 528 11 40 15 10 2007 Jul 07 218 479 12 40 10 09 2007 Jun 07 214 222 12

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