Britain's house price bubble
After the financial crisis, Britain's property market suffered a slump. But now house prices are rising fast, driven in part by the 'Help to Buy' scheme. Many people – us included – are worried we are now in bubble territory. So what does the future hold for house prices?
Why you shouldn’t buy London property
If you’re thinking of investing in property in London, please think again.
A property price crash in London is imminent. And it could leave you seriously out of pocket.
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