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Emlopyment Levels Needed To Sustain House Growth But Not To Start It

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House price lead employment levels. However, once house prices start to rise growth in employment needed to sustain house prices. hpi_employment.jpg http://wp.me/pTU04-4g


Just goes to show how markets can be moved by the view of the public.

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I can’t think of any area of the UK where there has been any parity between new homes and industrial development.

The total opposite has been going on, housing over the jobs of the future. The drive to build new homes never ever reduced housing costs but created short term profits for the select few.

Lord John Prescott’s Pathways initiative actually compulsory purchased people’s homes which were then bulldozed knowing that they’d be forced back into the housing market out of pocket so probably fodder for his son’d BTL friends. Disgusting.

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