Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The Real Crime is affordability!

House prices could be hit by crime maps

Newly published crime maps detailing crimes committed in every street and neighbourhood in the country could cause house prices to slump in dangerous areas and rise higher in safer neighbourhoods, it was claimed.

Posted by happy mondays @ 08:50 AM (1005 views)
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5 thoughts on “The Real Crime is affordability!

  • shame the police website does not work as it should

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  • I can’t get the website to load at all, it just keeps crashing my browser.

    Another wad of cash well spent!

    To be fair though with all the media interest and reporting I am sure the site is being hit with a load of house owners desperate to see that their area is not badly reported and so will not effect their house value LoL.

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  • I guess more petty crime will now go unreported so that it ‘doesn’t affect ones property price’.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    It worked fine for me, but that was at 7.30 this morning before everybody got to work.

    If it crashes house prices as well as servers, so much the better.

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  • The website is probably crawling with EAs, looking for the streets with less crime so they can add another couple of grand to the prices of any properties on those streets.

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