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First-Time Buyers Face Prices Almost 10% Higher Than Year Ago

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From the Guardian today:
First-time buyers face prices almost 10% higher than year ago:
"Rightmove blames competition from buy-to-let investors for jump in asking price for properties typically bought by first-time buyers"

So Help to Buy has merely re-inflated building companies and the banks, while not helping the first time buyers it was aimed at? There's a surprise..

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From the Guardian today:
First-time buyers face prices almost 10% higher than year ago:
"Rightmove blames competition from buy-to-let investors for jump in asking price for properties typically bought by first-time buyers"

So Help to Buy has merely re-inflated building companies and the banks, while not helping the first time buyers it was aimed at? There's a surprise..

Of course, easy credit does not affect demand... in the statists' world.

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