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Where Are House Prices Heading In 2006?

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In 2005 the housing market returned to a semblance of normality after five years of nearly unprecedented price growth.

But what will happen to house prices in 2006?

Will it be a case of steady as she goes or will property values take a tumble?

Five predictions for 2006 are summarised below.

Halifax (rise)

Nationwide (rise)

Hometrack (rise)

Capital Economics (fall)

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) (rise)

Read link for full comments from each of the VI: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4521180.stm

Saw this article on the BBC, quick-fire questions regarding the direction of house prices for 2006. Most talk of small growth.

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Admin - there is a thread discussing this same topic but a different source by Economic Sensation, please move this thread into that to save duplication

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