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    Default tiger style growth on way back?

    8% growth the last year (last time it was that high was during the boom!)

    too much though, I think 4% is what governments want, look what happened last time there was 8% growth

    so its way over ideal I think, they say chinas growth @10% is unsustainable so I take it its the same for us

    I nearly fell over when I heard it tbh


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    Quote Originally Posted by funlover12 View Post
    8% growth the last year (last time it was that high was during the boom!)

    too much though, I think 4% is what governments want, look what happened last time there was 8% growth

    so its way over ideal I think, they say chinas growth @10% is unsustainable so I take it its the same for us

    I nearly fell over when I heard it tbh
    If it keeps growing I'll be able to get a Burger King

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    i'd like to see property prices return to the levels they dropped from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funlover12 View Post
    8% growth the last year (last time it was that high was during the boom!)

    too much though, I think 4% is what governments want, look what happened last time there was 8% growth

    so its way over ideal I think, they say chinas growth @10% is unsustainable so I take it its the same for us

    I nearly fell over when I heard it tbh

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    i'd like to see property prices return to the levels they dropped from.
    selfish bastard

    hopefully that wont happen, twas madness! theyre still a bit high even now, but thats being driven by a big drop in houses built since things took at turn. but articicial or not that is the question. a good excuse is "oh we couldnt afford to build any" ect, but then again holding off building them creates frenzy like a bubble "quick buy the house! theres not many left!"


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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    i'd like to see property prices return to the levels they dropped from.
    I wouldn't x not like that xx

    Rental prices is one thing ; I don't mind.

    But the selection of properties is dismal at my end of the market.

    Prop market bottomed out just about late 2012 (?) -- if you wanted to buy real good , that was the time.

    Now it's been on the upswing ; will the market exercise some caution this time ?





    With inflated enthusiastic exuberant property prices will there also be an exuberant enthusiastic public stretching further

    than they can bear ? You wanna play the short game , or you wanna play the long game ? xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    I wouldn't x not like that xx

    Rental prices is one thing ; I don't mind.

    But the selection of properties is dismal at my end of the market.

    Prop market bottomed out just about late 2012 (?) -- if you wanted to buy real good , that was the time.

    Now it's been on the upswing ; will the market exercise some caution this time ?





    With inflated enthusiastic exuberant property prices will there also be an exuberant enthusiastic public stretching further

    than they can bear ? You wanna play the short game , or you wanna play the long game ? xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    I wouldn't x not like that xx

    Rental prices is one thing ; I don't mind.

    But the selection of properties is dismal at my end of the market.

    Prop market bottomed out just about late 2012 (?) -- if you wanted to buy real good , that was the time.

    Now it's been on the upswing ; will the market exercise some caution this time ?





    With inflated enthusiastic exuberant property prices will there also be an exuberant enthusiastic public stretching further

    than they can bear ? You wanna play the short game , or you wanna play the long game ? xx
    its down to the banks really, even if you cant buy a house (which is most see boom) the banks are the ones that give the money, the buck stops with them on the most basic fundamental level. they dont lend people cant buy unless they cash buyers simples. they are the gatekeepers put in place to save people from themselves (which didnt work so well the last decade )


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    I wouldn't x not like that xx

    Rental prices is one thing ; I don't mind.

    But the selection of properties is dismal at my end of the market.

    Prop market bottomed out just about late 2012 (?) -- if you wanted to buy real good , that was the time.

    Now it's been on the upswing ; will the market exercise some caution this time ?





    With inflated enthusiastic exuberant property prices will there also be an exuberant enthusiastic public stretching further

    than they can bear ? You wanna play the short game , or you wanna play the long game ? xx

    Rents in fairness are insane in Dublin, how normal people afford it is beyond me, the apartments where I live where 1100e monthly in boom years when I moved up, id viewed one here, now I pay 1500 same apartment which was horrible furnished and redecorated myself at own cost...

    There a rental boom, and it's getting a joke now,
    Freddo bars are now 50 cent! Has Fred grown up... gotten a mortgage and thinks he can take liberties??
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    Quote Originally Posted by funlover12 View Post
    selfish bastard

    hopefully that wont happen, twas madness! theyre still a bit high even now, but thats being driven by a big drop in houses built since things took at turn. but articicial or not that is the question. a good excuse is "oh we couldnt afford to build any" ect, but then again holding off building them creates frenzy like a bubble "quick buy the house! theres not many left!"
    perhaps, but i'm not the only one that is in negative equity. the cities is the new market this
    time and after 7 years of no building, there's now a genuine shortage.

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