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  • Pages that link to "Possible triggers for a house price crash" - HousePriceWiki
    Main Talk User User talk HousePriceWiki HousePriceWiki talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to Possible triggers for a house price crash View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Main Page links Will there be a house price crash links Reasons why the housing market

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  • Possible triggers for a house price crash - HousePriceWiki
    or not this will keep wage demands low and also erode mortgage debt too slowly leaving the monthly repayments at proportionally high levels for longer than in the past Rapid and sustained rise in the Stock market causing speculators to leave the property market Property over supply linked to rush to avoid HIPs lack of First Time Buyers or properties dumped onto the market by Buy to let speculators Drop in First time buyers usually around 30 40 of purchases now just 7 and drop in parents willing or able to stump up the deposit Drop in Second Time Buyers due to increasing relative cost of that extra bedroom leading to families toughing it out rather than moving i e low affordability Continued levels of low rental income for Buy to Let investors and increased costs of being a Land Lord Evidence of widespread price fixing by Estate Agents See excellent Secret Agent Article by the BBC Evidence that the banks are as bad as Estate Agents Mortgage Mistakes Demographics decreasing birth rate coupled with the passing of the WWII baby boomers into old age care thereby releasing a lot of additional housing stock Increases in household inflation ie what people actually have to pay to live not the current basket of prices of the CPI I E increases to Council Taxes end to free banking domestic fuel gas prices water prices electricity prices etc etc Reduced flood and coastal protection plans See article Huge swathes of England will be abandoned to the seas under controversial plans to cut back coastal flood defences Evidence that children under 15 living near high voltage power lines could have a 69 per cent increased risk of getting leukaemia see article Upto 25 000 homes within 230ft of 400kv and 275kv overhead transmission lines

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  • Possible triggers for a house price crash - HousePriceWiki
    the BBC Rise in unemployment Continued reported rates of low inflation whether true or not this will keep wage demands low and also erode mortgage debt too slowly leaving the monthly repayments at proportionally high levels for longer than in the past Rapid and sustained rise in the Stock market causing speculators to leave the property market Property over supply linked to rush to avoid HIPs lack of First Time Buyers or properties dumped onto the market by Buy to let speculators Drop in First time buyers usually around 30 40 of purchases now just 7 and drop in parents willing or able to stump up the deposit Drop in Second Time Buyers due to increasing relative cost of that extra bedroom leading to families toughing it out rather than moving i e low affordability Continued levels of low rental income for Buy to Let investors and increased costs of being a Land Lord Evidence of widespread price fixing by Estate Agents See excellent Secret Agent Article by the BBC Evidence that the banks are as bad as Estate Agents Mortgage Mistakes Demographics decreasing birth rate coupled with the passing of the WWII baby boomers into old age care thereby releasing a lot of additional housing stock Increases in household inflation ie what people actually have to pay to live not the current basket of prices of the CPI I E increases to Council Taxes end to free banking domestic fuel gas prices water prices electricity prices etc etc Reduced flood and coastal protection plans See article Huge swathes of England will be abandoned to the seas under controversial plans to cut back coastal flood defences Evidence that children under 15 living near high voltage power lines could have a 69 per cent increased risk of getting leukaemia see article

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  • Speculation - HousePriceWiki
    changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Speculation Speculation means the buying selling and holding of an asset purely to profit from fluctuations in its price The recent property bubble has been all about property speculation See also Forecasting Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Speculation oldid 3153 Category Keywords

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  • Financial Crisis - HousePriceWiki
    was worth only 38K in 1991 see also What happened during the last house price crash MIRAS was completely abolished in April 2000 1991 Bank Credit Commerce International BCCI BCCI went bankrupt Robert Maxwell Mirror Pension Raid Robert Maxwell robbed the Mirror Group pension fund of several hundred million pounds before falling off his yacht and drowning some suspect suicide as his suspect buisness dealings were starting to become know 1997 Long Term Capital Management LTCM Russia could not pay back the money it had borrow and LTCM suffered significant losses and thus went bankrupt This episode is now seen as a practice exercise for the Northern Rock crisis How short our bankers memories are Asian Financial Crisis Uhm this one was partly caused by a property bubble which caused Thailand to be in effect bankrupt Oh well not like the U K then Gordon Brown keeps reassuring us that we have a robust economy Gordon Browns Pensions Robbery Gordon Brown introduces a stealth tax on pensions that will cost the pension funds 5 billion per year This will significantly reduce the amount of money people get when retired To date 2007 it is estimated that the pension funds have lost 100 billion due to this stealth tax Most companies close there final salary pension schemes There are significant differences between Gordon Browns pension robbery and that of Robert Maxwell s For example Robert Maxwell only took several hundred million where as Gordon has taken 100 000 million It is also suspected that Robert Maxwell was so ashamed that he committed suicide were as Gordon is still taking 5 000million per year 2000 Dotcom Bubble burst During the late 1990 s people thought that internet companies would make massive profits this lead to a rush to buy their shares which

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  • First Time Buyers - HousePriceWiki
    time buyers 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 First Time Buyers are the lifeblood of the housing market Without them the market would grind to a halt and we would have stagnation which would eventually turn into a house price crash Recently first time buyers have been priced out of the housing market by Buy to let landlords During the house price boom first time buyers have seen house price inflation rise well above pay rises and the interest that they were getting on their savings The UK now has thousands of first time buyers that are living in private rented accommodation waiting for prices to return to affordable levels The good news for First Time Buyers is that rental levels are relatively low compared to the cost of mortgage repayments on the property that is being rented so first time buyers can still afford to live in a suitable property just not buy it yet This is one of the key counter arguments regarding

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  • Council Taxes - HousePriceWiki
    Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Council Taxes Find out how much council tax you need to pay Approximatly 20 of the council tax you pay goes towards funding the pensions of the council workers See also Tax Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Council Taxes oldid 3788 Categories Keywords

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  • Oil prices - HousePriceWiki
    supply and demand and eliminate the absence of spare capacity to deal with supply side shocks such as a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico or war in Iran It would result in significant oil price inflation For those who think 65 barrel is expensive consider that oil at this price costs just 10cents a cup For those who think its fancible consider that Oil has already peaked in the North Sea the United States Morocco and many other s Therefore inflation will become sensitive to supply side shocks to oil and bankers cannot rely on oil prices falling back in the medium to long term when deciding interest rates For a succinct summary of the ideas that unite peak oiler s see the following link http www theoildrum com node 2693 Peak oil blogs http www theoildrum com The home of peak oil scientists and market analysts from the oil industry http www peakoil com News blog http www aspo com The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas Broadcasts with Matt Symond s chairman of Simmons Co one of the most respected Peak Oiler s Talking about a US Government Accountability Report about peak oil http

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