Last year was a good one for anyone who’d like to see some sanity injected into the UK’s housing market. By the end of the year, house prices had risen by about 2.8% if you go by the Office.
Secondly, it’s left the taxpayer on the hook and exposed to falling house prices. negative equity and taxpayers counting their losses, the one thing that any government is likely to attempt to do.
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but real estate prices have come off bottom and are rising in most of them. So you have the prospect of solid rental income, depreciation write-offs on your rental business, plus at least modest.
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Negative equity is not something most first time buyers will be aware of, thanks to years of booming house prices across the UK. But with some slowing down in the property market, it is important.
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Constrained supply means rising prices." The embedded link seems to refer to lending for property purchase. If the banks were lending more for this house prices would rise further, not fall. The central bank restrained lending, much to the disapproval of the Irish Independent at al. in response to spiralling house prices in 2014 or so.