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redbear

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  1. It's a lose-lose situation. Rent and you're paying through the nose, buy a place and you're supporting the overpriced assets. If only there was a way to short house prices....
  2. So I'm sure most people have seen the long term average of house prices vs average wages. Makes houses looks really over priced. However, has anyone compared house prices Vs average earnings * average number of people in household working ? I'm sure these days more people who buy have partners who are also full time working, making the original average prices Vs average wages a bit pointless.
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