When will the recession end and property values begin to increase?

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  1. wordsscriber profile image58
    wordsscriberposted 8 years ago

    When will the recession end and property values begin to increase?

  2. jeff3600 profile image53
    jeff3600posted 8 years ago

    nobody actually knows that answer. not even the president. it all depends on the economy. and right now the economy sucks.

  3. ADDHome profile image59
    ADDHomeposted 8 years ago

    LOL! When I first read the question I thought is said "When will the recession end and poverty values begin to increase?" and I thought, When a poverty value increases, does that mean it gets better (less poverty) or worse (more poverty)?  Maybe the property values will begin to increase when the poverty level decreases?

  4. mike francisco profile image58
    mike franciscoposted 8 years ago

    At this point the controlling financial powers (Bilderberger group they are a group of international banks), are pushing us to the brink of desperation in preparation for their ultimate agenda, total feudalistic control, then they will know what the working class breaking point is.  At their time of choosing, they will bring us to our knees for a controlled socialist society.  Now, go softly into the night.  mgf

  5. fdoleac profile image58
    fdoleacposted 8 years ago

    When new construction can compete with the resale market.  When the builders can build at a price that meets the demand then the move-up and downsizing market will become active.  When these segments become active the overall market will be back to normal and improve values.

  6. wordsscriber profile image58
    wordsscriberposted 8 years ago

    Hopefully this will happen within the next few years.

  7. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 8 years ago

    The short answer is when the job market returns to reasonably normal levels. Currently we are at almost twice the normal unemployment level and the government continues to take actions that stymie companies desires to invest in the market place and create jobs.  The government does not create jobs, it simply nurtures the environment in which they are created...the private sector. When government pulls back from over-regulation and taxation of small business, you will see the job markets begin to expand with new hires. Once unemployment moves back toward the 5% level things will begin to pickup pace as more disposable income is in the marketplace and more people are in the market for homes and property.

  8. profile image46
    George_Allenposted 7 years ago


    After the recession the values of property is increased step by step and the value of Property Agents also increased by the commission.visit http://www.whichpropertyagent.co.uk/


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