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Topic: Re:Property Price Crash
Posted by: John Keeler
Date/Time: 30/10/15 10:56:00

The issue here isn't mortgage default, nor raising interest rates. The issue lies with the foreign investment feeding the significant rise in property values.

With the influx of foreign investors, those looking to 'wash' dirty funds, and buyers looking to maximise on the market opportunity, price will only go up. On top of that, the sheer demand for housing also leads to a macro drive on overall price per sq foot.

Until foreign investors are corraled, prices will inflate, and the bubble will inevitabily 'pop'.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Property Price Crash30/10/15 08:38:00 Adrian Irving
   Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 10:09:00 Andy Pease
   Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 10:56:00 John Keeler
      Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 11:14:00 Ann Williams
         Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 11:48:00 Cllr Sam Hearn
      Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 11:46:00 Ken Munn
         Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 18:01:00 Keith Iddon
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash31/10/15 16:57:00 Anne England
      Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 11:52:00 Andy Pease
         Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 12:52:00 Ann Williams
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 13:31:00 Peter Millman
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 13:37:00 Adrian Irving
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash30/10/15 16:08:00 Ken Munn
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash31/10/15 13:36:00 Brian Coyle
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Property Price Crash31/10/15 15:55:00 Will Watson

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