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    Default Property Prices - Bronte is bearish

    well, bronte is bearish property prices. Thats it, im out, im selling everyhting and buying puts over the asx property index.

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    Default Re: Property Prices-Bronte is bearish

    Quote Originally Posted by spitrader1
    well, bronte is bearish property prices. Thats it, im out, im selling everyhting and buying puts over the asx property index.
    If I lived in Perth so would I.

    Sell there buy Adelaide.

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    Default Re: Property Prices-Bronte is bearish

    Quote Originally Posted by tech/a
    If I lived in Perth so would I.

    Sell there buy Adelaide.
    bronte is bearish the whole market..

    apparently i paid the top of the market-even though i have bought in country qld-an area im not sure bronte's "expertise" lies in, but i will take in on board.

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    Default Re: Property Prices - Bronte is bearish

    Spi.

    Look at it this way.

    In 20 yrs time it will be cheap---if, of course, we arent all extinct!

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    Default Re: Property Prices - Bronte is bearish

    Quote Originally Posted by tech/a
    Spi.

    Look at it this way.

    In 20 yrs time it will be cheap---if, of course, we arent all extinct!
    note the sarcasm in my voice tech/a...i couldnt care less if if payed 50 or 100K too much-i still now own my little slice of my version of paradice



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