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    Default Property Predictions for 2019

    Have at them, varlets!

    Prediction number 1: Dhil Twitford gets a few more kiwibuild houses organised, eclipsing his 2018 record of note.
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    i predict

    a certain old man

    will continue harassing

    those who try to help

    questioners of the foggy future

    Last edited by eri; 24-12-2018 at 06:16 PM.
    have you defeated them?
    your demons

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    Robert Kiyosaki says buy gold ahead of the biggest crash

    ...maybe he's just keen on rising it's value so he can make big on it himself?

    It's doing well - at a 18 mth high @ $1260 per ounce.

    John Key also warns of a downturn coming however I recall reading growth will be at around 2 percent - so not too bad for us in 2019.

    cheers,

    Donna
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    John Key presides over huge house price increases, huge immigration numbers, then goes into banking and decides it's all a bit of a disaster...
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Sah Shonkey is shrewd, alright.
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    House prices drop a bit.
    Rents continue to skyrocket.
    Soon becomes cheaper to buy than rent.
    10-20 more kiwi build houses get finished, don't sell - given away to housing charities instead.
    Twytford & Taxinda say "it's FAIR" about 500 more times & raise "not new" taxes again.
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    Most of the economic indicator predictions by non-PT forumites will be proven wrong.

    (Especially by Shambles Equivocate & bank econ-o-mists and their arcane, cloudy brain farts)

    Some PT Forumites will get it wrong, too, to be fair.
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    I predict that:

    * the rich will get richer
    ................and
    * the poor will get poorer.

    The main contributing factors to that state of affairs will be:

    * Taxcindarella and the socialist ideologues she nominally heads
    ...............and
    * the habits of the rich and the habits of the poor.

    And possibly the wimp called Winston.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PC View Post
    House prices drop a bit.

    10-20 more kiwi build houses get finished, don't sell - given away to housing charities instead.
    Grand Designs UK shortlisted a new build development designed for first home buyers - and it was an amazing development. What really impressed me was the entry point was really low - the purchasers just needed to earn 35K per annum - $66K NZD.

    cheers,

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    I'd much rather see people getting a hand-up into their own house rather than been given a state house with subsidised rent.
    Much better for them & the community at large.
    Unfortunately the socialists are dead against methods that help people get ahead - reduces their voting base it seems.
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