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    Default The property crash is good according to Martin

    Michael Martin has just said that he reckons the property cool down/crash is good cos it allows us to concentrate on supporting indigenous business. To little to late Mr Enterprise.

    He then started to harp on about broadband + he reckons they are sorting it out........ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    This was on today fm.

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    Its true that investment money which would now normally be funnelled into property funds will be open to company investment.

    And a property slump is good in many other ways.

    So top marks to Mr Martin.

    But I hope the good people of Kildare and Meath who voted so heavily for FF to protect their mortgages aren't listening.
    Because thats off message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meriwether
    Its true that investment money which would now normally be funnelled into property funds will be open to company investment.

    And a property slump is good in many other ways.

    So top marks to Mr Martin.

    But I hope the good people of Kildare and Meath who voted so heavily for FF to protect their mortgages aren't listening.
    Because thats off message.
    I'd say there are more than a few Cork people in the same boat as the people from Kildare and Meath.

    I guess they can use the broadband to dicuss and marvel at the barbed wire construction and the absence of a paddle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meriwether
    Its true that investment money which would now normally be funnelled into property funds will be open to company investment.

    And a property slump is good in many other ways.

    So top marks to Mr Martin.

    But I hope the good people of Kildare and Meath who voted so heavily for FF to protect their mortgages aren't listening.
    Because thats off message.
    this is to little to late, the investment flow is drying up.....

    all that money put into property, such a waste, thanks FF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digoutday
    Quote Originally Posted by meriwether
    Its true that investment money which would now normally be funnelled into property funds will be open to company investment.

    And a property slump is good in many other ways.

    So top marks to Mr Martin.

    But I hope the good people of Kildare and Meath who voted so heavily for FF to protect their mortgages aren't listening.
    Because thats off message.
    this is to little to late, the investment flow is drying up.....

    all that money put into property, such a waste, thanks FF.
    ah now man, it looks nice. theres no fecker living there but theyre nice buildings nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digoutday
    Quote Originally Posted by meriwether
    Its true that investment money which would now normally be funnelled into property funds will be open to company investment.

    And a property slump is good in many other ways.

    So top marks to Mr Martin.

    But I hope the good people of Kildare and Meath who voted so heavily for FF to protect their mortgages aren't listening.
    Because thats off message.
    this is to little to late, the investment flow is drying up.....

    all that money put into property, such a waste, thanks FF.
    Get a cause sweet-heart, or at least a minicall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digoutday
    Michael Martin has just said that he reckons the property cool down/crash is good cos it allows us to concentrate on supporting indigenous business. To little to late Mr Enterprise.

    He then started to harp on about broadband + he reckons they are sorting it out........ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    This was on today fm.
    ...I'm amazed he hasn't commissioned another report!
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    its amazing the way he tried to make out that broadband here is acceptable.

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    Did he actually say crash ?. If he did, the Builder Mafia will be paying him a visit tonight. Bertie will allow them to, just like Mad Dog Adair did with his Son. You have to keep your people in check !. :mrgreen:

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    Its great for me - I don't own property. I pity the poor beggers who do...

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