Friday, Sep 08, 2006

FT says prices up 0.3% in August

FT.com: FT index shows house prices calming

House price inflation has levelled off as the revival in the housing market earlier in the year matures into steady growth, the FT house price index for August shows.

Posted by uncle chris @ 10:35 AM (515 views)
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1. Geneer said...

So the financial times predicts the so called "soft-landing" yet again.

Nope....no VI interests here!

Friday, September 8, 2006 01:28PM Report Comment
 

2. Sn said...

I was just wondering if a housepricecrash did come along, would we not still be priced out by all of the foreign investment in 'our' property. By this i mean, It would be cheaper for us renters but also for the likes of the Russians who are snapping up property?

Friday, September 8, 2006 02:46PM Report Comment
 

3. Cstanhope707 said...

"..levelled off as the revival in the housing market earlier in the year matures into steady growth".

Wow what a statement, no we are not at the top of a bubble we are maturing to steady growth, typical Sales VI B/s. They should use these people to sell extended warranties on Computers....

Perhaps we never had a HPC before we were just Maturing to steady correction.

It must be getting bad no more boom talk just steady growth....

Friday, September 8, 2006 05:46PM Report Comment
 

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