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Not sure, but there are some more here. :lol:


Thanks, helpful

But there's a Harvard professor who in the last few months said HPs have hit a permanently high plateau

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Just Googled your enquiry and one of the links was a letter in The Economist, which sounds like what you're after.

" SIR – October 1929. Professor Irving Fisher of Yale University: “stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau.” June 2005. Harvard University's Joint Centre for Housing Studies: “in several metropolitan areas...natural or regulatory-driven supply constraints may have resulted in permanently higher prices.” Enough said. "

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