Tuesday, January 24, 2006 

First Rung: Housing oversupply could hit land values ...given the oversupply of flat developments some urban centres are experiencing, developers are unlikely to add more stock. Housing output and density are therefore likely to fall over the next year according to this research. This in turn will threaten urban land values leading to a drop of up to 15 per cent within some city centres, the study predicts.
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