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"Agents optimistic about house prices

A leading national firm of estate agents believes a collapse in the property

market in 1989 is highly unlikely. Strutt and Parker has completed a review

of 1988 trends, dominated by panic buying in the summer, then a London-led

slowdown in the last quarter."

> The Times (TUE 03 JAN 1989)

Heres some more of those headlines from 1989 (the year the last house

price crash started and prices fell for 4/5 years) ........

The Times

TUE 03 JAN 1989

Agents optimistic about house prices

A leading national firm of estate agents believes a collapse in the

property market in 1989 is highly unlikely. Strutt and Parker has

completed a review of 1988 trends, dominated by panic buying in the

summer, then a London-led slowdown in the last q...

The Times

FRI 06 JAN 1989

Shortage of teachers in Essex linked to soaring house prices

Essex faces a chronic shortages of teachers because of soaring house

prices, according to a survey by the National Association of

Schoolmasters/Union of Women Teachers. Eight per cent of teachers are

moving from the Basildon and mid-Essex area to ot...

The Times

MON 06 MAR 1989

House prices recover

House prices, suffering from the effects of interest rate increases,

showed a slight recovery in February, rising by 1.6 per cent, compared

with a fall of 0.8 per cent in January, Halifax Building Society

reports today. The index shows that over the...

The Times

WED 08 MAR 1989

Agents forecast up to 20% rise in house prices near route;Channel

tunnel rail link

Property prices in Kent in areas within reach of stations on the

Channel tunnel rail link are likely to rise by 10 to 20 per cent

because of improved access to London the line will bring, according to

estate agents in the county. They

believe that th...

The Times

WED 29 MAR 1989

House trend bucked;Quarterly prices

Property in the north of England is showing steady price increases

against the trend elsewhere, according to the Halifax Building Society.

The average quarterly price change is zero, varying from falls of 5 per

cent to rises of 5

per cent. In contra...

The Times

FRI 07 APR 1989

North booms;House prices

House prices in northern areas, including the North-west, Yorkshire and

Humberside, increased by 10 per cent in the last three months compared

with a rise of only 1 per cent in the London area, the Nationwide

Anglia Building

Society's new house marke...

The Times

MON 10 APR 1989

10% house price rise forecast

House prices in Britain could rise by up to 10 per cent this year,

although the South of England will see only a modest if any increase,

it is predicted in a report published today by the House Builders'

Federation. Even in the South, however, house ...

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The Times

WED 07 JUN 1989

Bigger rise;House prices

UK House prices rose by 1.7per cent last month compared with 1.2per

cent in April, in spite of stagnant or falling prices in the Midlands

and South, the Halifax Building Society said yesterday. HOME NEWS

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The Sunday Times

SUN 05 NOV 1989

House prices may rise next spring

BRITAIN'S depressed housing market could pick up much sooner than

expected, according to a forecast to be published this week. The Morgan

Grenfell bank believes the housing market has reached a point where

recovery is in sight. It says rising income...

The Times

THU 09 NOV 1989

House prices 'to rise'

Property prices in London, the south-east and East Anglia will recover

next year and begin to increase by about 10 per cent a year, according

to Morgan Grenfell, the merchant bankers, in a report on the housing

market published yesterday. The recover...

The Times

FRI 17 NOV 1989

House prices to recover next year

House prices are expected to reach a turning point in the third quarter

of next year after a two-year decline, Charterhouse the merchant and

investment banking group said yesterday in its annual study of the

housing market. A week ago another firm of... 1990 - HISTORICAL NEWS

REPORTS ON HOUSE PRICES

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