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  • HPC Definition - HousePriceWiki
    aid discussion a HPC scale was proposed by dohousescrashinthewoods in the News Blog with some additions by night House price Inflation HPI relative to inflation RPI 75 Frenzy 20 to 50 Bubble 15 to 20 Growth 10 to 15 Upturn 5 to 10 Recovery 5 to 5 Stagnation parts of the North are here 5 to 10 Correction 10 to 15 Slump 15 to 20 Decline parts of the US

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  • Difference between CPI and RPI - HousePriceWiki
    Redirected from RPI Consumer Prices Index CPI based on an EU wide formula allowing direct comparison of the inflation rate in the UK against that in the rest of Europe Retail Price Index RPI is an average measure of change in the prices of goods and services Once published it is never revised RPI X this is RPI excluding mortgage costs It was previously the target measure for the MPC with a symmetrical target of 2 5 RPI Y this is RPI with both mortgage costs and the impact of changes in taxation removed The Bank of England is legally obliged to set interest rates so that the Consumer Price Index is below 3 Previously the RPI X figure had been set so as not to exceed 3 5 but as the CPI figure focusses on a narrower basket of goods many manufactured and excluding items such as rent and council tax it is considerably lower In February 2007 the CPI figure was 2 7 while the RPI figuire was 4 5 See also Statistic ONS External Links Inflation goals to move again Mervyn Somerset Webb Moneyweek 16 September 2005 Inflation February CPI up to 2 8 RPI up to

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  • Stagnant - HousePriceWiki
    a low level Stagnation in the housing market can be caused but a stand off between sellers an buyers If sellers are not willing to sell their property for less than a certain price and buyers are not willing or unable to pay more than a certain price then we have stagnation Stagnation can also be caused by a lack of new blood entering the market in the form of First Time Buyers FTB s are a vital part of the housing market Without them the market would just grind to a halt and again we would have stagnation The housing market at the time of writing April 2006 is suffering from record low levels of First Time Buyers in the housing market This has caused a dampening of transaction levels but the lack of First Time Buyers has been offset by the fact that property investors are still propping up the market by buying large amounts of 1 and 2 bedroom properties with which to rent out to those potential First Time Buyers that are unable to enter the housing market Only time will tell what happens regarding First Time Buyers and Buy to let investors This is one

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  • Category:House price rise - HousePriceWiki
    argue that house prices will collapse see Category house price crash Pages in category House price rise The following 9 pages are in this category out of 9 total H House price bubble House prices HPC Definition R Reasons why have house prices gone up so much Reasons why people believe there will not be a house price crash Recent boom in prices W Who are the winners during a

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  • Category:House price crash - HousePriceWiki
    price rise Pages in category House price crash The following 11 pages are in this category out of 11 total A Articles about the house price crash subject E Evidence for a house price crash H House prices HPC Definition P Possible triggers for a house price crash R Reasons why the housing market has not yet crashed Reasons why there could be a house price crash T The type

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  • View source for Thinking of Buying - HousePriceWiki
    the group Users You can view and copy the source of this page This page is written for people considering buying a home to live in rather than investing Advantages of buying now You don t have to pay someone else s Mortgage Why renting is not dead money You could make money Some think prices may go up say 5 Price Forecasting Forecasts etc Disadvantages of buying now There could be a house prices house price crash Prices will struggle to keep up with Real Inflation Price Forecasting Forecasts Protection of capital see investment s If you are selling for other reasons no profit transaction costs Loss of freedom During the possible triggers for a house price crash House Price Crash Stamp Duty was reduced thus saving a significant amount of money etc If you must Buy Please make sure that if you are going to buy now buy somewhere that you can happily live for up to 5 or even 10 years In the event there is a House Price Crash you may have to wait that long before prices recover sufficiently before you are able to sell without making a loss Go for a long term fixed

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  • Revision history of "Thinking of Buying" - HousePriceWiki
    revision prev difference with preceding revision m minor edit cur prev 19 08 16 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 428 bytes 21 cur prev 17 50 16 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 407 bytes 76 cur prev 04 56 5 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 483 bytes 7 Disadvantages of buying now cur prev 04 54 5 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 476 bytes 56 cur prev 04 50 5 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 420 bytes 13 cur prev 04 48 5 October 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 407 bytes 12 Advantages of buying now cur prev 09 56 23 September 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 395 bytes 0 Disadvantages of buying now cur prev 09 55 23 September 2007 Ian Talk contribs m 1 395 bytes 3 Disadvantages of buying now cur prev 09 54 23 September 2007 Ian Talk contribs 1 392 bytes 102 Disadvantages of buying now cur prev 06 34 29 April 2006 IPNewcomer Talk contribs 1 290 bytes 21 Adding category cur prev 21 23 27 April 2006 Sirgoogle Talk contribs 1 269 bytes 52 You should think about cur prev 17

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  • Pages that link to "Thinking of Buying" - HousePriceWiki
    Category talk Invert selection Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to Thinking of Buying View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Main Page links House prices links House price bubble links Inflation links What happened during the last house price crash links Test links Buy to let links Economics links First Time Buyers links Financial Services Authority links Mortgage equity withdrawal links

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