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DimPrawn
3rd May 2011, 10:51
BBC News - Big fall in Scottish house sales (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-13266096)


How can the BoE have let property prices fall FFS?

Fire up the printing presses Quiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!

minestrone
3rd May 2011, 10:55
"With my Golden Rules there will be no boom or bust in Kirkcaldy."

Spacecadet
3rd May 2011, 10:59
"With my Golden Rules there will be no Tory boom or bust in Kirkcaldy."

FTFY

minestrone
3rd May 2011, 11:17
I would say the market here is pretty stable, with our conveyancing system we do not get massive swings, no gazzumping and such like.

I would be pretty sure I could pick up what I paid for this house 2 years ago. just a shame I will not be able to take the 10 grand of wallpaper she went out and spent.

:suicide:

DimPrawn
3rd May 2011, 11:19
I would say the market here is pretty stable, with our conveyancing system we do not get massive swings, no gazzumping and such like.

I would be pretty sure I could pick up what I paid for this house 2 years ago. just a shame I will not be able to take the 10 grand of wallpaper she went out and spent.

:suicide:

I thought all Scottish houses had council regulation wood chip on the walls?

minestrone
3rd May 2011, 11:24
I thought all Scottish houses had council regulation wood chip on the walls?

The Joneses across the street have that fancy stuff.

doodab
3rd May 2011, 11:25
just a shame I will not be able to take the 10 grand of wallpaper she went out and spent.

I knew there was a use for scottish pound notes.

minestrone
3rd May 2011, 11:50
I knew there was a use for scottish pound notes.

Probably would have been cheaper.

My distraction techniques have to be honed.

"I like the look of that Italian wallpaper in that over priced decorators"

"Look, there is an ice cream shop, let's go and get some before it melts"

scooterscot
3rd May 2011, 15:15
if you do the numbers you'll find Scotland is growing faster than England, proportionally exports are greater. Wait until the north sea tax kicks in that'll all change things of course. :tantrum: