I looked at the links re HUFH Pre builds and I must admit I am very impressed especially the one featured on Grand Designs. I wonder how much that cost ???? I would say a pretty penny. The only problem that I can see that they do need a fare spread of land to build on, its great if you own a decent plot. The other thing is that surroundng houses may not suit that type of property and it would look out of place in certain situations / areas. However I can see a market for them but maybe not for a while yet. Cost is the question and planning permission.
thats the problem,put simply houses are to expensive.the builders could build more and charge less .i object to 40 year long morgages requiring 2 earners to get said morgage.when just 40 years ago you could buy the same thing with one wage and over 20 years. its got to the point where the young are paying insane nursery fees has mum has to keep working to service the debt,my own mother simply took 10 years off work.
people that want to live in a prefab his great because they should be affordable homes but unfortunately they will not be able to afford a new TW home so will it affect all housebuiders in 2017 happy new year to all TW investors
Well as the markets close for 2016, I guess its a time to reflect on the performance of our beloved TW. The 2015 closing price was 203.1p, the closing price for 2016 is 153.5p meaning an annual drop of 24.42%.... who saw that coming?!?!
I personally sold all my shares 2 months before the referendum, the polls were simply not aligned to the word on the streets, but I thought I'd missed the boat right up to the evening of the results.
With the huge dividends due in Spring I cannot see this share remaining at these low levels even with the uncertainty around brexit and the state of the housing market... so onwards and upwards I say and we can all raise a toast to 2017, GLA :-)
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