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First-timers 'hit In Rural Areas'

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/4729809.stm

First-time buyers are being priced out of the rural market by second-home owners, according to a new report.

Surely this is hardly news. It has been obvious for ages that this is what is happening.

2nd home owners in places like Cornwall have a lot to answer for. It is a very effective strategy to kill a community.

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Surely this is hardly news. It has been obvious for ages that this is what is happening.

2nd home owners in places like Cornwall have a lot to answer for. It is a very effective strategy to kill a community.

Another weekend, another pointless Halifax survey. All we need is the BoE to say that there is a link between HPI and consumer spending

:rolleyes:

A real shame about Cornwall and it's happening in North Yorkshire too.

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I think I know understand whats happening in North Yorkshire.

Global Warming will turn most of the Europe into the extended Sahara desert, sea levels will rise flooding most of Southern England apart from a few islands. The new south coast will then be North Yorkshire, which will have a climate similar to the current day south of France.

Its the only answer for whats happening up here.

If anyone whats a gobsmacking read, try the Yorkshire Post Property section on a Saturday !

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