Analysts predict British house-price rise

Predictions of a house-price crash in Britain have receded, with most analysts declaring house prices to be on the rise again.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
31st December, 2005

Predictions of a house-price crash in Britain have receded, with most analysts declaring house prices to be on the rise again.

Despite gloomy house price forecasts at the beginning of 2005, Irish buyers injected more than €5 billion into Britain's residential and commercial property market last year.

A recent report from Hometrack, one of the most pessimistic of house price monitors over the past year, claimed that house prices are rising for the first time in...

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