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Monday, October 11, 2010

Property price twitter - again

After a few months break from the property price twitter I feel it's time to bring it back.

Prices are looking pretty volatile again.

Dinner parties are a din with the chatter on property prices, especially those dinners attended by the public sector workers, with teachers chunterring over their roasted vegetables and council office staff pontificating over their pasta.

As for landlords, we seem rather resigned to the 'ebb and flow' and are focused very much on the inevitable continued rise in rents to sweeten any property price anxiety.

Conservatives re-shape housing market - Channel4

Your home is not an investment - Daily Mail
Remortgaging drops to decade low - Telegraph
Record 3.6 percent monthly fall - Telegraph
Housing market crash fears - Guardian
Shock 3.6 percent property price fall - ThisisMoney
North East see property price plunge - Journal
Central london see price falls - Housefund
Gazundering is back - Daily Mail
Will house prices fall or wages rise? - Guardian
London leads house prices to two year high - Bloomberg
Industry plays down house price drop - Scotsman
Northern Ireland property prices set to stay in doldrums - Belfast Telegraph
Falling house prices - don't panic - Independent
IMF warn of continued house price falls - FT Advisor
Brits expect their house price to fall by ten percent in next year - MSN news
UK property price falls in most areas - Telegraph

See all the property price tweets

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