Monday, Nov 12, 2012
With the initial findings of the 2011 census released back in July this year, and a second wave of more detailed local data set to be published in the autumn, in the interim, Hometrack has laid out an insight paper that looks at what the forthcoming data is likely to show about the past decade’s changes in the housing market. Within the insight paper, there are three headline trends identified that it expects to dominate the census findings when they are published later this year.The first is growth in outright homeownership The second trend is accelerated growth in the private rented sector over the downturn. The last trend is a growing imbalance between three- and four-bedroom family houses
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