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Acticle by Ashley Seager

Saturday December 17, 2005

Head line and conclusion

Experts chart a steady path for house prices

· Modest pick-up expected over next two years

· First-time buyers will continue to struggle

What the article contained

Paris-based think-tank the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development warned recently that property prices in the UK and many other countries remains seriously over-valued with a risk that prices could fall sharply.

Many countries are now seeing unsustainable prices rises, as Britain did in the three years to 2004, and the extent of the rises is unprecedented. The OECD fears that the eventual bust, if and when it comes, could be extremely painful.

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http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,16781,1669351,00.html

Acticle by Ashley Seager

Saturday December 17, 2005

Head line and conclusion

What the article contained

Paris-based think-tank the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development warned recently that property prices in the UK and many other countries remains seriously over-valued with a risk that prices could fall sharply.

Many countries are now seeing unsustainable prices rises, as Britain did in the three years to 2004, and the extent of the rises is unprecedented. The OECD fears that the eventual bust, if and when it comes, could be extremely painful.

I know it is absolutely extraordinary that this guy has the shame to ask for a byline on this puff piece. Call yourself a journalist lad? In the Grauniad tradition of Jonathan Freedland and Polly Toynbee? I don't think so. Find a spine and write something that genuinely informs stimulates or questions.

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He is a bear really.

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Or may be it is just a case of "when the last bear turns bullish and the last bull turns bearish................................"

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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