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The Times 'bricks & Mortar' Supplement

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Why is it all the majority of the hosues they feature in their artciles or columns cost in excess of a £million?

What is the point?

How many of their readers can afford to buy a property worth more than a million?

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What is more fascinating to me is the existence of thsi Bricks & Mortar supplement.

The Telegraph recently put together a tabloid sized Property Supplement dedicated to one sector of the housing market - London, called London property. Last week it was 16 pages long. meanwhile the Business section of the Telegraph only features an equivalent 8 pages (two sheets of broad sheet).

Whilst people continue to fret about bubbling share prices, I recall the Telegraph putting together "Connected", a tabloid sized weekly supplement late 1999->mid 2000, dedicated to one sector of the stock market - TMT. In fact, it was a great indicator of how bubbly shares then were.

... one might draw similar conclusions about property.

Now remind me waht happened to shares mid 2000 ....

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