Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Stuart Law “sole dissenting voice”
At its third annual Great Housing Market Debate, Wriglesworth Consultancy asked 150 industry representatives their views on the future of the property market. The poll established that just one said average prices would increase this year. The majority of the representatives said they believe that property prices will decline in the next 12 months but a recession is extremely unlikely. The one dissenting voice at the Great Housing Market Debate was from Stuart Law, Assetz chief executive, who said "the mere fact everyone said that house prices will fall this year reaffirms my belief that house prices will now in fact modestly increase." Why on earth did they invite this dishonest clown?