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A number of unusual comments in usual New Statesman style - Where on earth are we all going to live?.

Not a crash article as such - but at least they acknowledge "boom is almost over" and buyers are "thinking with their heads rather than their hearts" and refer to steep decline in Yorkshire and Humberside.

Surely the message must be just beginning to get through to the masses......

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A number of unusual comments in usual New Statesman style - Where on earth are we all going to live?.

Not a crash article as such - but at least they acknowledge "boom is almost over" and buyers are "thinking with their heads rather than their hearts" and refer to steep decline in Yorkshire and Humberside.

Surely the message must be just beginning to get through to the masses......

Clear I wasn't using my head when mistyping the quote above - let me copy it instead:

"In other words, the financial rationale for homebuying is the weakest it has been in a generation. But, of course, this being a cocktail of love and money, people are still buying - thinking with their hearts rather than their heads."

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