Despite the major economic indicators currently pointing downwards for house prices, inexplicably, they have still been rising recently!

We, at improvethehousingmarket.co.uk have THE fix for this which we are now going public with.

The Hendry Solution explains how to use cutting edge methods to force house prices in England and Wales back down to levels of affordability which are suitable, not only for those wishing to become first time buyers but to all other home owners too. Rents for residential properties also desperately need to be more competitively priced within the marketplace.

Anyone interested in seeing this outcome take shape in the owner-occupier housing sector may read about the necessary methods for bringing this about right here:

The Hendry Solution: Full details of our proposals for properly reforming all housing markets in England and Wales.

The cost of implementing this fundamental change would be low and perfectly feasible.

The objective of this new market-making concept is to allow all buyers to buy their next homes at prices which are truly affordable and within reach.

The difficulty at present is that practically unrestricted lending for house purchases is damaging the housing market and ruining the opportunity for many of those whom are ready to buy and ready to make their purchasing commitments.

The price problem needs addressing this year but the government are the ones to have to instigate these required changes and until they do they cannot be introduced for the benefit of the majority.

Besides helping in this respect The Hendry Solution is also a way for those who have gained considerably from property price increases over the past 30 years or so, to pass some of this back to help those trying to climb onto the first rung of the property-owning ladder right now. The big win-win situation is, if everyone were to adopt this new policy, no-one would loose out financially.

Peter Hendry, Consultant in Housing Valuation

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About Peter Hendry

The Hendry Solution is a new open market technique for equalising buy and sell prices within all markets. It was originally conceived to correct the anomalies plaguing the UK housing marketplace. This method of resolving the housing crisis remains to be put to the test. The author recommends that it should now be thoroughly tested and evaluated. Proprietary rights reserved.   Having retired I now wish to give something of significant value back to the property industry and the service in which I have spent my whole career.   I qualified as a General Practice Surveyor (RICS) in 1974 (in valuation) and have gained wide-ranging experience since that time, particularly in issues surrounding residential property valuation and house marketing. Having ceased practice as a Chartered Surveyor some while ago, I resigned my membership of the RICS to be in a better position to give advice concerning how to improve the workings of individual housing markets around Britain. The internet has turned out to be a good place to publish information about this because it is a world-wide platform allowing everyone interested to see details of the changes/improvements which I have been advocating ought to take place. I have researched how to make improvements to the operation of all local housing markets across England and Wales after observing the house-price stagnation of 1969, the hyper-inflation that followed in 1972 and the successive but cyclical house-price booms following that; leading to the sudden and prolonged house-price growth stagnation after the 2008 global financial crisis. This resulted in a severe reduction in sales volumes for a significant number of years thereafter and it still affects most local housing markets to this day. I have been in communication with the RICS, the NAEA, The Law Society and my local MP about my research, explaining the need for estate agents to change the way they have historically marketed houses in order to resolve this problem. I argue that the continuing stagnation in market activity coupled with the lack of general affordability following the financial crash, could still be substantially ameliorated if my proposals were to be fully debated and the resulting conclusions which they point to were implemented. The effect of not doing anything of significance to improve the buying and selling processes across all the UK housing markets continues to have a de-stabilising effect on the whole of the nation's economy by causing a stagnation in house sales completions. This is, of course, a very important and substantial part of the whole economy and therefore warrants careful consideration. The time to take corrective action is right now, although such action is now also somewhat overdue. I would welcome sharing your thoughts on these new proposals using this blog site.

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