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AtW
29th September 2017, 14:06
London house prices fall for first time in eight years as rest of UK rises

Average price of home in capital is £471,761, down 0.6% between July and September compared with same period last year


https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/29/london-house-prices-fall-for-first-time-in-eight-years-as-rest-of-uk-rises

The end is nigh!!!


:eyes

ladymuck
29th September 2017, 14:09
Woohoo! Afforable homes for all!

#doubtfulinmylifetime

barrydidit
29th September 2017, 14:13
Poor f**ckers. I'll start a crowd funding website. Someone call the red cross and get them to airlift emergency pumpkin latté and guacamole supplies down there. :eyes

OwlHoot
29th September 2017, 14:25
London house prices fall for first time in eight years as rest of UK rises

Average price of home in capital is £471,761, down 0.6% between July and September compared with same period last year


https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/29/london-house-prices-fall-for-first-time-in-eight-years-as-rest-of-uk-rises

The end is nigh!!!

:eyes

Knew it couldn't be long, and I sold my London flat at pretty much the top of the market :smokin

(and my Devon place has gone up in value at least 30% since I bought it and have since made some renovations)

greenlake
29th September 2017, 15:07
London house prices fall for first time in eight years as rest of UK rises

That's good because I'm looking for somewhere with a parking spot that's more convenient than my current one....

http://i.imgur.com/zVg34rv.jpg

sasguru
29th September 2017, 15:42
Just need the 1.3 million from my buyer and I'm Ok .....

northernladyuk
29th September 2017, 15:49
Knew it couldn't be long, and I sold my London flat at pretty much the top of the market :smokin

(and my Devon place has gone up in value at least 30% since I bought it and have since made some renovations)

In what currency?

BrilloPad
30th September 2017, 18:24
Knew it couldn't be long, and I sold my London flat at pretty much the top of the market :smokin

(and my Devon place has gone up in value at least 30% since I bought it and have since made some renovations)

Who sold the Birmingham flat to atw at the top of the market?

vetran
30th September 2017, 19:38
In what currency?

Lira?

Isn't his missus going to take the lot and bog off to Portugal. To "escape the tedious little twunt", "Even MF is better in bed than him" or did I mis-hear her the other night?

sasguru
1st October 2017, 09:45
Poor f**ckers. I'll start a crowd funding website. Someone call the red cross and get them to airlift emergency pumpkin latté and guacamole supplies down there. :eyes


Knew it couldn't be long, and I sold my London flat at pretty much the top of the market :smokin

(and my Devon place has gone up in value at least 30% since I bought it and have since made some renovations)

How stupid must you be to assume that what happens in London has no effect on where you are?:laugh:laugh
London generates 1/3 of total Uk tax take (http:///www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jul/07/london-top-taxpaying-city-uk-report)
London subs the regions (http://colresearch.typepad.com/colresearch/2014/11/what-does-london-contribute-.html)

London is merely the canary in the coal mine, telling you what's going to happen to the whole UK economy in time.
And it's not good.

AtW
1st October 2017, 13:40
London generates 1/3 of total Uk tax take (http:///www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jul/07/london-top-taxpaying-city-uk-report)

Brexit will fix it, no more South-North divide, BOOMED!

:eyes

BrilloPad
1st October 2017, 18:54
Brexit will fix it, no more South-North divide, BOOMED!

:eyes

The South will become as bad as Birmingham

DimPrawn
1st October 2017, 19:19
How stupid must you be to assume that what happens in London has no effect on where you are?:laugh:laugh
London generates 1/3 of total Uk tax take (http:///www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jul/07/london-top-taxpaying-city-uk-report)
London subs the regions (http://colresearch.typepad.com/colresearch/2014/11/what-does-london-contribute-.html)

London is merely the canary in the coal mine, telling you what's going to happen to the whole UK economy in time.
And it's not good.

London prices are the first to rise after a recession and the first to fall when one is fast approaching.

Thank god we are still in the EU and everything is run from Brussels. When we have to make our own decisions we will be ****ed.

:laugh

sasguru
1st October 2017, 20:32
London prices are the first to rise after a recession and the first to fall when one is fast approaching.

Thank god we are still in the EU and everything is run from Brussels. When we have to make our own decisions we will be ****ed.

:laugh

So Dim, what do you do for a living?
I know you claim to be a dev contractor but it's obvious you're not.