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MSE News: House prices climbed in October, says latest report

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  • SingleSue
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    setmefree2 wrote: »
    I'm still saying big 5-spring_bounce.gif2011....


    ..... and one of these days someone will "Thank" one of my posts lol :D

    I thanked it because I liked the boingy thing......it has a very calming action.

    Re the figures - Hmm, I wasn't sure of last months figures because they seemed so out of kilter and I am still not sure of this months as they go out of kilter the other way (but not by as much)!
    We made it! All three boys have graduated, it's been hard work but it shows there is a possibility of a chance of normal (ish) life after a diagnosis (or two) of ASD. It's not been the easiest route but I am so glad I ignored everything and everyone and did my own therapies with them.
    Eldests' EDS diagnosis 4.5.10, mine 13.1.11 eekk - now having fun and games as a wheelchair user.
  • ruggedtoast
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    Its a grim day over on hpc.co.uk...
  • Really2
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    SingleSue wrote: »
    I thanked it because I liked the boingy thing......it has a very calming action.

    I hate to think what Sigmund Freud's analysis of that would be. :)
  • SingleSue
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    Really2 wrote: »
    I hate to think what Sigmund Freud's analysis of that would be. :)

    Probably that I am missing out on something somewhere.......:rotfl:
    We made it! All three boys have graduated, it's been hard work but it shows there is a possibility of a chance of normal (ish) life after a diagnosis (or two) of ASD. It's not been the easiest route but I am so glad I ignored everything and everyone and did my own therapies with them.
    Eldests' EDS diagnosis 4.5.10, mine 13.1.11 eekk - now having fun and games as a wheelchair user.
  • Really2
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    Its a grim day over on hpc.co.uk...

    I thought it had been like that since it's inception. :)
  • Aberdeenangarse
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    Its a grim day over on hpc.co.uk...

    Good! I'd go and wind them up, had I not been banned.:rotfl:
  • chucky
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    setmefree2 wrote: »
    I'm still saying big 5-spring_bounce.gif2011....


    ..... and one of these days someone will "Thank" one of my posts lol :D
    i'm still waiting for the next leg down... pmsl
  • chucky
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    AD9898 wrote: »
    the trend is ever so slightly downwards, however no forced sellers = no big crash
    as always a balanced post (well most of the time anyway....) ;)

    the key word is slightly which means that if you get a good mortgage rate and are able to repay debt quickly it counteracts any fall in house prices.
  • undetterred
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    Dirk_Rambo wrote: »
    now admitedly my maths isnt very good. but if you get a big fall of 4 per cent and then arise of 2 percent you still have a big fall. im not wrong am i

    +1 for the massive grammar improvement.
  • undetterred
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    chucky wrote: »
    i'm still waiting for the next leg down... pmsl


    Brit had bought himself a box of kleenex in anticipation for today,seems he's only got to dry his eyes with them instead.
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