Falling in love with property all over again
You’d have thought the risks of over-reliance on property would have hit home during the crash – but investors still have stars in their eyes
Readers above a certain age may recall a ‘classic’ episode of the popular 1980s soap Dallas, in which Bobby Ewing appears having a shower, having died at the end of the previous series. The producers decided to make the whole of the previous season a dream. Pamela Ewing wakes up, Bobby is alive, and season seven was just a nightmare (Pamela’s, not ours).
Life may well be imitating art in a...
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