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Does anyone have any information on land prices in London?

I would assume that as newbuilds become harder to sell that the land set aside for such large developments would not be so keenly pursued by investors and consequently prices may be coming down. On the other hand it is London.

If anyone has any ideas where I could find out more please let me know a.s.a.p. :)

One other thing, do you think the same statistics, graphs and arguments regarding house prices can be legitimately applied to land prices? If not, why not?

Any help very much appreciated. :)

UPTB

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Does anyone have any information on land prices in London?

I would assume that as newbuilds become harder to sell that the land set aside for such large developments would not be so keenly pursued by investors and consequently prices may be coming down. On the other hand it is London.

If anyone has any ideas where I could find out more please let me know a.s.a.p. :)

One other thing, do you think the same statistics, graphs and arguments regarding house prices can be legitimately applied to land prices? If not, why not?

Any help very much appreciated. :)

UPTB

Yes - Italy - Italian land prices rose and rose as the bank printed money and ended up with a bureocratic nightmare public sector state with non jobs. Because output of an economy is determined by trading advantage and ultimately by productivity, the value of such output determines the exchange rate. The value of the lira dropped by over 100% against the USD over 10 years - to remain competitive as it lost it manufacturing base and investment.

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