Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015

Anna White posting useful facts for once

Telegraph: The most expensive rents in Europe

"Many prospective first-time buyers and young families in the UK are trapped in rental accommodation as the chronic lack of homes - particularly in the London and the South East - continues to prop up house prices, making it more difficult to get on the property ladder." If only the houses they're renting were available to buy, then perhaps there would be no shortage...?

Posted by reticent @ 09:59 AM (4515 views)
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1. icarus said...

This is about London. What would that first graph look like if you stripped out the effect on average rent of each country's biggest, priciest city?

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 11:18AM Report Comment
 

2. mombers said...

Surely it's just down to a better quality product? Oh no wait, we have the smallest houses in Europe. On a per square meter basis, I'm sure it's a lot worse.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 01:11PM Report Comment
 

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