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May 31, 2011

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Chad Noble (ex ToryBlog.com)

LOL, this is such a repeat of the early 90's when the VI's kept repeating the same old rubbish as house prices continued to head south at a rate of knots.

Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

I do hope this is correct.

David MacDonald

House prices will fall when interest rates rise, as rise they must. We are pleased if the cost of mobile phones, beer and bread falls and we should be delighted when the cost of housing falls too. The only people who will suffer are feckless borrowers and feckless lenders – good!

Edward Huxley

The reason for the rise in prices will be the lack of supply and increasing demand (see Telegraph article p.2 today).

This will be due to an ever inceasing number of immigrants to our already overcowded island. and there is nothing the government can do about it as long as we remain in the EU.

David MacDonald

90 % of immigrants could not afford to buy, or even rent, houses in the SE of England if they were not supported by a raft of benefits, including housing benefit. Why oh why do we pay low skilled people to come here and claim benefits?

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