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cobran20

Apocalypse now: London’s property crash has begun

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3 hours ago, cobran20 said:

Any independent data to confirm/deny the article's claims?

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Couldn't read past the first paragraph. Clearly BS. 

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i see house prices stagnating in real data from  switzerland, australia, denmark, sweden, 

after stagnation there could be inflation with silent devaluation or outright collapse once rates increase substantially which hasnt happened yet except in portugal

thing is what to buy next? stocks? commodities?

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I can only see two things that can increase already expensive real estate: foreign capital inflows or lax lending/"easy money".

Commodities may be a good place to look, I haven't checked them in a while. Otherwise stocks after a major correction. But the key is capital flows - it may be a region will benefit, and not specifically an asset class (i.e., safe haven).

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Capital is definitely flowing out of italy france china india

so usa and australia new zealand seem plausible places for capital flows

usa now is the only country with no FACTA agreement, its like a tax haven now

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