UK house price growth 'fastest for almost six years'
01/12/2020 | news | business | 1,127
Property price rises accelerated last month, the Nationwide says. but growth is set to slow next year.
01/12/2020 12:12:51 7 21
Fastest growth in Six years, So much for project fear about Brexit!! Our country will thrive!!
You ignorant twot! Removed
01/12/2020 12:20:36 50 16
Absolute rubbish. Most of the public sector workers I know around my age still rent... but I guess that goes against your delusions
No it doesn't, it just means that people mix in similar circles and so just like you, they're poor too. Removed
01/12/2020 12:28:44 14 7
Who said I was poor you snob.

I have the money for a house, but the current situation is worrying and I don't want to put myself into economic hardship when there is so much uncertainty going on.

We actually are quite a diverse group; not everyone is in the same situation, some can afford, some cant but most aren't going to buy because of what's going on so we still rent.
01/12/2020 11:54:38 324 44
This is hilarious. All these people rushing to take advantage of stamp duty easing and also fear of missing out. Stamp duty has just gone on to the price of the house. These are probably the same people who bulk bought toilet roll in the spring. This time next year they will be in negative equity.
But the house you’re moving from also made money... keep on renting off your mum bro. Xx Removed
01/12/2020 13:51:45 1 2
Another flawed policy from wonder boy Sunak. All he wants is to be liked
I'm just glad it's not Diane Abbot doing the maths. Removed
01/12/2020 13:32:36 5 4
Born in '84. Bought a ex council house in south east London for £250k in 2012 with a 10% deposit and paid it off last year. Sold it for £470k and purchased a £675k house in the country. It's not impossible, just difficult and with the right focus and effort you can achieve what you want. And no... there was no bank of mum and dad. I left their 1 bed house when I was 18.
Knowing Debenhams in Folkestone one sensed that there was absolutely no innovation there, they needed an injection of talented entrepreneurs brought across the Pond from say Kanata! Removed
01/12/2020 13:51:06 13 3
Give it 2 years and boredom will set in...
02/12/2020 06:05:18 1 3
Reduced stamp duty mostly affected first time buyers by enabling them to save several thousand pounds on their tight budget. So, no, not the wealthy.