Attacks unlikely to deter investors in London property

Property investors are unlikely to lose faith in the London market in spite of last week's terrorist attacks on the city, according to sources in the property market.

9th July, 2005

Property investors are unlikely to lose faith in the London market in spite of last week's terrorist attacks on the city, according to sources in the property market.

Despite fears that the attacks might further dent consumer confidence, Londoners appeared to adopt a “life must go on'‘ approach last week.

The attacks on New York on September 11, 2001 caused huge shockwaves in the property investment market and resulted in a number of...

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