Sunday, Sep 27, 2009

Many commentators predict "revival is unsustainable"

Moneymarketing: Prices could take a knock

Tanya Powley reports that although house prices are reported as rising at present, many in the industry consider it a false dawn as increasing supply on the market is set to see property prices tumbling again over the coming years.

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