Tuesday, January 17, 2006 

Sunday Times: The Market A slump in demand from buy-to-let investors means cities with an oversupply of new flats may see prices fall this year, says Jones Lang LaSalle, a property consultancy...The average new-build home fell 4% in price last year to £255,713. Smartnewhomes, a website that monitors prices, says the figure masks big regional variations: in northeast England, prices fell by 11.7%, but they rose 8.1% in the West Midlands.
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