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  • Read what the Newspapers were saying last time around - HousePriceWiki
    from The Times covering the years 1988 1996 This period cover the lead up to the crash the crash and then after the crash If you think todays headlines are new then just look at what they were saying back then and you ll see why things are no different this time around 1988 Newspaper Headlines 1989 Newspaper Headlines 1990 Newspaper Headlines 1991 Newspaper Headlines 1992 Newspaper Headlines 1993 Newspaper

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  • Read what the Newspapers were saying last time around - HousePriceWiki
    Latest revision diff Newer revision diff A selection of headlines and abstracts from The Times covering the years 1988 1996 This period cover the lead up to the crash the crash and then after the crash If you think todays headlines are new then just look at what they were saying back then and you ll see why things are no different this time around 1988 Newspaper Headlines 1989 Newspaper

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  • 1988 Newspaper Headlines - HousePriceWiki
    year and as more and more people want to live in the town including those wishing to retire there the forecast for this year is a further 25 per cent March Saturday 05 MAR 1988 The Times House prices increase by 16 9 percent House prices increased by 16 9 per cent in the year to the end of February compared with 16 3 per cent to the end of January the Halifax Building Society announced yesterday It said this increase which shows the property market generally has not Thursday 10 MAR 1988 The Times Rising house prices lift property group to 4 million pounds An improving sales mix combined with rising house prices boosted pretax profits at Federated Housing from Pounds 2 5 million to Pounds 4 4 million in the year to December 1987 Average selling prices were Pounds 60 000 compared with Pounds 47 000 d April Tuesday 05 APR 1988 The Times House price rises slow in London Rising house prices in areas surrounding London appear to have helped to take the pressure off prices in the capital which last year rose by 28 9 per cent In the past three months the rise in Greater London was only 3 5 per cent less than the nati Sunday 10 APR 1988 The Sunday Times Personal Finance House price gap widens The house price boom has boosted wealth in London and southeast England by Pounds 39 billion since 1984 while the northwest and Scotland are poorer by Pounds 18 billion according to a recent study by Tom McRae professor of finance at the Universit May Friday 06 MAY 1988 The Times North South gap on house prices is set to narrow The North South gap on house prices has reached its peak and will begin to narrow as towns in the North catch up with their expensive counterparts in the South a report published yesterday by Black Horse Relocation said One of the main reasons is t Sunday 08 MAY 1988 The Sunday Times Poll tax will boost house prices A Poll tax will sent house prices rocketing by an average of 20 across the country according to two new independent studies write David Hughes and Christopher Smallwood The forecast which is four times higher than the government s own prediction Friday 20 MAY 1988 The Times House prices up 50 Norwich Focus One inevitable side effect of Norwich s having joined the south east economic boom is a sharp rise in house prices According to Arnold Son Hockley a firm of chartered surveyors there have been increases of up to 50 per cent in the last year alo Tuesday 24 MAY 1988 The Times Prices boom as property cauldron bubbles House price rises House prices increased by up to 50per cent in the Hereford area in the past 12 months and are rising by 40per cent a year in East Anglia estate agents report in a survey published today by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors They are examp Saturday 28 MAY 1988 The Times 30m pound house price surprises agents The Holme in Regent s Park The Kuwaiti owner of The Holme in Regent s Park London one of the most expensive houses in the country is intending to sell the house quietly having spent three years restoring it under the supervision of the Crown Estate Commissioners and making June Monday 13 JUN 1988 The Times Poll tax may lift house prices 20 The Government s planned community charge will push up house prices sharply according to a report published today The report written by Mr Peter Spencer a former Treasury economist now with the securities house Credit Suisse First Boston says th Tuesday 28 JUN 1988 The Times Builders appeal for more land as house prices soar again Britain s housebuilders appealed yesterday for more land to be released as estate agents and council planners provided yet more evidence of a booming market Mr Alan Cherry president of the House Builders Federation expressed grave concern that July Saturday 02 JUL 1988 The Times House rich House prices Family Money Soon no area of the country will be immune from rampaging house price increases says the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors The institution says that more than half of the 188 estate agents who contributed to its survey of prices for the Thursday 07 JUL 1988 The Times Rising house prices may send inflation through the roof If the weather or the prospect of in terminable delays at airports are not enough to depress you you might like to try the balance of payments in deepening deficit or the rate of inflation rising I would choose inflation because it is more top Friday 29 JUL 1988 The Times Action on gazumping House prices The professions involved in house transfer have set up their own working party to consider estate agency and issues including gazumping The working party initiated by Mr Michael Clark former president of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor August Monday 01 AUG 1988 The Times House price boom to end next year The house price boom will end next year after peaking on increases of 25 to 30 per cent this year but prices are unlikely to fall in real terms The strongest influence in dampening prices will be the gradual slowing of real personal disposable inc Friday 05 AUG 1988 The Times House price rises may be past peak House price rises may have peaked after increasing by 28per cent throughout Britain in a year the Halifax Building Society said yesterday Many regions had seen prices rise by more than 40per cent in the year to last month with property in East An Thursday 11 AUG 1988 The Times English rushing to buy Scots homes House prices in Scotland are soaring House prices in many parts of Scotland are soaring with so called blue chip properties in Edinburgh and country houses in Perthshire and the Borders recording spectacular rises Many houses

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  • 1989 Newspaper Headlines - HousePriceWiki
    tunnel rail link are likely to rise by 10 to 20 per cent because of improved access to London the line will bring according to estate agents in the county They believe that th Wednesday 22 MAR 1989 The Times Marking time House prices in Britain House prices in Britain are likely to stagnate this year the Halifax Building Society said yesterday It expects high demand in the Midlands and North but a slowing down in the South Friday 24 MAR 1989 The Times Priced out families need help Housing Increasing pressure for rural housing to be used as second retirement and commuter homes is destroying the fabric of traditional village life a report out yesterday says The resulting conflict of interests between the local population and the infl Wednesday 29 MAR 1989 The Times House trend bucked Quarterly prices Property in the north of England is showing steady price increases against the trend elsewhere according to the Halifax Building Society The average quarterly price change is zero varying from falls of 5 per cent to rises of 5 per cent In contra April Friday 07 APR 1989 The Times North booms House prices House prices in northern areas including the North west Yorkshire and Humberside increased by 10 per cent in the last three months compared with a rise of only 1 per cent in the London area the Nationwide Anglia Building Society s new house marke Monday 10 APR 1989 The Times 10 house price rise forecast House prices in Britain could rise by up to 10 per cent this year although the South of England will see only a modest if any increase it is predicted in a report published today by the House Builders Federation Even in the South however house Wednesday 12 APR 1989 The Times Housing reverses North South divide House price survey The North South housing divide which favoured the South last year has been reversed the Halifax Building Society reports in its house price survey yesterday Prices took off in the South in the first quarter of last year while the economic boom wa Sunday 16 APR 1989 The Sunday Times House prices still rise in the north Personal Finance Houe prices in London and southeast England have fallen during the last quarter according to figures published by both the Halifax and the Nationwide building societies But the fall has been tiny Nationwide s figures show a 0 2 decrease for old Tuesday 25 APR 1989 The Times House owners have to cut prices to secure sale House owners in many parts of the country are lowering the price of their homes in order to sell them the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS states in its survey for the quarter ending in March published today Of 155 agents contributi May Tuesday 23 MAY 1989 The Times High house prices People who ask unrealistically high prices for houses are probably the main reason for the slow property market Mr Peter Miller for

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  • 1990 Newspaper Headlines - HousePriceWiki
    Studies and the London Business School It will also change the relative prices of houses in different areas resea April Wednesday 04 APR 1990 The Times 10 fall forecast for house prices House prices will fall by between eight and 10 per cent this year according to two surveys published yesterday In London however the prospect was more optimistic as prices only fell by 2 6 per cent in the first quarter The most depressing foreca Wednesday 11 APR 1990 The Times House prices are still falling Halifax says House prices are either static or still falling slightly the Halifax Building Society reported yesterday The annual rate of house price inflation which was more than 34 per cent a year ago fell to zero by the end of last month with prices unchan Saturday 21 APR 1990 The Times Auction houses counsel caution on art prices After disappointing sales in London this month Sotheby s said yesterday that it was asking sellers to be realistic in setting reserve prices for Impressionist and modern works to be sold at auctions in New York next month Both Sotheby s and Chr May Friday 04 MAY 1990 The Times The end of house price inflation House price inflation has finally ended nationally nearly two years after the market peaked with the latest figures from the Halifax Building Society yesterday showing that the annual rate at the end of April was minus 0 2 per cent It is the firs Saturday 05 MAY 1990 The Times Bargain house prices found under the hammer To buy a house at auction can now cost 20 per cent less than finding a similar property through an estate agent Auctioneers are also offering loans on the spot Any bargains are the result of auctioneers insisting that sellers fix realistically low June Wednesday 06 JUN 1990 The Times Halifax predicts prices will keep falling Houses The fall in house prices is accelerating nationally and is expected to continue for the rest of this year Britain s biggest building society reported yesterday But a firm recovery is forecast for next year The Halifax monthly survey showed that p Tuesday 19 JUN 1990 The Times House prices House prices are either static or falling in almost all of England and Wales the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors reports in its price survey to the end of May The report confirming the continuing slump in the market says that 45 per cent Tuesday 26 JUN 1990 The Times Allen benefits from rise in house prices Pre tax profits Allen the building contractor and housebuilder increased pre tax profits from Pounds 3 97 million to Pounds 4 85 million in the 12 months to April 1 its first full year on the USM While housebuilders further south are feeling the pinch Allen ba Wednesday 27 JUN 1990 The Times Prestige houses that still exceed list pri Residential Property The top end of the market has been a ray of hope for estate agents

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  • 1991 Newspaper Headlines - HousePriceWiki
    the first time since September 1988 the estate agent Barnard Marcus reports in a survey to be published on Tuesday The agent which has 50 offices in the region also report April Monday 08 APR 1991 The Times House prices are not the problem The cult of the property owning democracy seems to be following its high priestess into oblivion especially since the Chancellor smashed the Golden Calf by abolishing higher rate tax relief on mortgages in last month s Budget These days the p Sunday 21 APR 1991 The Sunday Times Country houses fall 15 in price The biggest casualties of the property slump were country houses in the home counties and other southern regions according to Savills the estate agency that buys and sells houses for the rich writes Andrew Yates In a research document publish May Wednesday 01 MAY 1991 The Times The price is right in the housing basement A repossessed home s worth is measured not by estate agents hype but by the price it fetches at auction reports Michael Horsnell The bargain basement of Britain s property market is in the grip of a new phenomenon as thousands of repossessed home Thursday 02 MAY 1991 The Times Residents fear fall in house prices BR s choice of the south London route for the Channel tunnel link has stirred strong protests from those in its path Residents in Peckham southeast London reacted angrily last night to British Rail s final decision to endorse a southerly route for Monday 20 MAY 1991 The Times House prices to rise by 2 at most Some 80 000 repossessed homes will be on the market during 1991 according to the economics team of UBS Phillips Drew the securities group It says that the properties equivalent to a medium sized town will soak up demand and with rising unemp Friday 24 MAY 1991 The Times Bank set to act on house prices The Governor of the Bank of England warned the Building Societies Association conference in Glasgow that a resurgence of house price inflation would be firmly countered by the authorities Robin Leigh Pemberton who said earlier this year he was prep June Saturday 01 JUN 1991 The Times House price inflation From Mr M R Darke Sir Who is kidding whom I find Robin Leigh Pemberton s reported remark Bank set to act on house prices May 24 to the Building Societies Association conference commenting on house price inflation that with hindsight th Saturday 01 JUN 1991 The Times House price inflation From Mr Richard Wardrop Sir Following Mr Leigh Pemberton s comments on house price inflation I am prompted to ask what plans he has to bring bank employees mortgage rates into line with the rest of us poor sic mortals He might also care to comm Saturday 01 JUN 1991 The Times Georgian furniture attracts top prices in house sale Good examples of Georgian furniture prompted keen bidding when the contents of a cliff top house at

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