Why the UK housing market is so broken

First time Weekly Blog Club contributor Kim Spence-Jones considers the high cost of housing in the UK and the lack of innovation, and has a suggestion on how things could change.

Why the UK housing market is so broken – and what to do about it by Kim Spence-Jones.

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Weekly Blog Club was set up in early January 2012 to encourage people to blog regularly, and especially to encourage those working in and with the public sector, charities and voluntary organisations in the UK to find their own 'voice' through writing.

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One comment on “Why the UK housing market is so broken
  1. Paul says:

    The UK as a whole will consist of hotspots and areas severely hit by economic woes. I believe that UK house prices as a whole will fall again in 2013 . Average house prices of course should be taken with a pinch of salt, there is no such animal. As a visual roadmap, I see price falls rippling out from London suburbs in concentric circles, getting worse as they spread. There will be hots spots of stable economy towns and these along with very desirable properties will be somewhat protected.

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