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Regional house price trends and the supply/demand argument

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Just wondering whether there might be a readily available source to easily support or debunk the supply demand argument. For example, the North East appears to be doing pretty badly (i.e. well) with regard to house prices in comparison with other areas. Is there any link with a population drop in that region?

 

Being a supply demand sceptic, it would be good to see some data where population rises are not reflected by equivalent price rises, or vice versa. Different patterns of increase or fall of population in comparison with prices would be ready evidence to debunk the supply demand argument. Putting that message out on MSM comments sections could be a strong, clear point that the masses might just grasp.

 

I guess one issue would be believing any regional population stats.

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