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Knight Frank: Property Markets Are Slowing Globally

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http://www.themovechannel.com/News/2006/May/5e.asp

A slowing global market

Knight Frank's Global House Price Index shows that globally, house prices were 6.1 per cent higher at the end of March compared to the same period 12 months earlier.
This figure represents
a considerable slow down in the international property market which peaked in 2004
when prices were growing on average by 10.9 per cent per annum.
Liam Bailey, Knight Frank's head of residential research, said: "
The most notable trend is that house price growth is slowing across the globe"
He continued: "
The early boom in house prices was led by the UK
and Ireland in the second half of the 1990s with Australia catching up in 2000. As the 2000s progressed, more and more countries saw house prices rise strongly, including the majority of the European Union, South Africa, and latterly the US and New Zealand."

Earliest to boom: UK. Earliest to crash hard: UK?

Trends tell the story. :)

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[Earliest to boom: UK. Earliest to crash hard: UK?

Trends tell the story. :)

Australia has already led the way. Maybe 'earliest to boom, furthest to fall', though....

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[Earliest to boom: UK. Earliest to crash hard: UK?

Trends tell the story. :)

Australia has already led the way. Maybe 'earliest to boom, furthest to fall', though....

It's as if it's all rocket science or waht!??? ANYONE can see the whole "Real Estate" "Housing Market" - "Market" HA HA HA HA!! - anyone can see it is MAD MAD MAD MAD. Or are we all morons??!!!!

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


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