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Old 12-12-2018, 02:45 PM   #511
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not a chance in hell a newly fully-independent scotland is going to ask a monarch who rules from london to be their head of state.

Even though there is a strong independent movement, there is no strong republican movement in Scotland or any other region of the UK. It's not even SNP policy to remove the queen as head of state post independence as Sturgeon and Alex Salmond before her reiterated.
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Old 12-12-2018, 03:52 PM   #512
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when did paris get annexed by great britain?
I believe this involves fumbling on purpose to fool the defense.
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Old 12-29-2018, 07:14 AM   #513
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Cheers all! I want to ask what you think how Brexit will affect real estate prices? I have some money and want to buy a house in the UK for commercial reasons but my friends claim it's not a good time to buy a house. So I made some research, they say it will be more difficult to take credit from banks and people won't be able to buy houses easily and because of this prices will drop. But on the other hand if euro would be more valuable comparing to pound does it mean it will be more easy for foreign investors to buy a house in the UK? For example you can check this article to see what I mean. Please help me out, I am not quite an economist!
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Old 12-29-2018, 11:10 AM   #514
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Cheers all! I want to ask what you think how Brexit will affect real estate prices? I have some money and want to buy a house in the UK for commercial reasons but my friends claim it's not a good time to buy a house. So I made some research, they say it will be more difficult to take credit from banks and people won't be able to buy houses easily and because of this prices will drop. But on the other hand if euro would be more valuable comparing to pound does it mean it will be more easy for foreign investors to buy a house in the UK? For example you can check this article to see what I mean. Please help me out, I am not quite an economist!
Hahaha!!! This Is NOT the place to look for someone who knows anything about economics!!
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Old 12-29-2018, 11:46 AM   #515
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Would love to hear your economic input.

I don’t think you know anything about economics.
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Old 12-29-2018, 11:54 AM   #516
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The libs right? OMG they're so stupid!
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Old 12-29-2018, 12:23 PM   #517
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Says the person who voted for a guy who clearly doesn't understand economics...or anything else of any importance, for that matter.
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Old 12-29-2018, 04:21 PM   #518
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Hahaha!!! This Is NOT the place to look for someone who knows anything about economics!!
I don't think Interference has a proper forum going to answer Jake's question.

It seems there's at least two in Fym with good international real estate advice, though
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Cheers all! I want to ask what you think how Brexit will affect real estate prices? I have some money and want to buy a house in the UK for commercial reasons but my friends claim it's not a good time to buy a house. So I made some research, they say it will be more difficult to take credit from banks and people won't be able to buy houses easily and because of this prices will drop. But on the other hand if euro would be more valuable comparing to pound does it mean it will be more easy for foreign investors to buy a house in the UK? For example you can check this article to see what I mean. Please help me out, I am not quite an economist!

My guess is credit will tighten for a while in the UK, but probably not that much if the market reaction to the initial referendum is anything to go by. If the pound drops relative to the euro, then yes, British property will be more affordable for you. The "crowding out" effect there will be that a lot of people will be thinking the same way as you, leading to increased foreign competition for British property, and thus higher prices, so with so many different variables at play it is hard to make any concrete determinations.
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Another incredibly productive post
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This is turning into a real clusterfuck across the pond.
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Well that was a close vote. Good job saving it for the last minute.
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Old 01-18-2019, 05:40 AM   #523
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right, yeah, BS in cellular and molecular bio def isnt economics, thanx
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Old 01-18-2019, 06:14 AM   #524
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Hahaha!!! This Is NOT the place to look for someone who knows anything about economics!!
Please enlighten us with your vast economic knowledge. Since we are all a bunch of dumbasses I am sure we can learn something from you oh so smart one!
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