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Looking for a safe house

While the property market’s finances and, dare we say it, fundamentals look strong, the worry remains that we are not prepared for a future downturn

7th October, 2018
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It is time to believe it. The fundamentals for residential property look good, but affordability is an issue that investors in residential property company shares need to keep a close eye on. Unfortunately the valuations of other assets look rich too.

We are more than a decade on since the last downturn in residential property. Vested interests in the industry back then continued to talk bullishly (should that be spelt “bullshitly”?) about the strong fundamentals...

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