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  • edited 16 March at 11:00AM
    BikingBudBikingBud Forumite
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    edited 16 March at 11:00AM
    🤡 Why not read the content rather than just post click bait headlines? In fact the headline actually says the report is moribund 🤯

    "However, today’s index is considerably out of date as it uses data from February 9 to March 7.

    Since then, there have been two UK government statements on the escalating outbreak of Coronavirus."

    and

    “The market has been waiting for several years for a window of certainty, and 2020 seemed set to be the year when many would look to make a move and satisfy their pent-up housing needs. However, the current fast pace of the housing market could now be temporarily affected by the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus."

    Not sure who's more dangerous you or silvertooth

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  • triathlontriathlon Forumite
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    BikingBud said:
    🤡 Why not read the content rather than just post click bait headlines? In fact the headline actually says the report is moribund 🤯

    "However, today’s index is considerably out of date as it uses data from February 9 to March 7.

    Since then, there have been two UK government statements on the escalating outbreak of Coronavirus."

    and

    “The market has been waiting for several years for a window of certainty, and 2020 seemed set to be the year when many would look to make a move and satisfy their pent-up housing needs. However, the current fast pace of the housing market could now be temporarily affected by the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus."

    Not sure who's more dangerous you or silvertooth

    🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

    I am just posting factual indices on property on a " property website ".. Read my posts, I have already conceded that property prices will be hit, just won't be the bloodbath some are hoping for.
    I suspect this will all be over in no time, but I am still preparing for the worst, some nice little bargains, stock and property will be possible next year 
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