2017-07-02dailymail.co.uk

``Speaking exclusively to The Mail on Sunday, Prof Cheshire, a former Government housing adviser, said: `We are due a significant correction in house prices. I think we are beginning to see signs that correction may be starting. `Historically, trends seem always to start in London and then move out across the rest of the country. In the capital, you are already seeing house prices rising less rapidly than in other parts of Britain.''' -- It ain't just Britain, guv'na! And with central banks reversing course, the force has kept the housing and other market bubbles inflating for so many extra years is disappearing...



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