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Housing Market Graphs And Maps - 2015 Compared To 2007

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I compared average housing prices in 2015 and 2007,

here are graphs and maps:


In my opinion, average prices in northern England, Wales and probably south east of England

will stagnate or will be slowly growing in the next few years.

London and nearby areas may be in a bubble, but London showed

a big price resistance during the bursting of the housing bubble in 2007 -

it's a puzzle.

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Indeed as major money from booming emerging markets was invested in London and the SE last time, problem this time is we're both fooked!

Edited by Barnsey

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Hardly surprising that the South has been more resistant to the downturn it was rock bottom in the previous decade and probably will be again 2020-2030...what goes around comes around.

The stellar returns were to be had in Burnley, Blackburn, Stoke, Blackpuddington, Grimdownpitby etc. the secret was to get out in 2010 up north and buy some council shithole in Cambridge in 2010 so long as you get out of said house by the next rotation.


Meanwhile make my day punk (not referring to you Vlad) and buy this beauty, who knows the market might have legs in the wacko capital of this country.......


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