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Thursday 17 April 2014

Anecdotes of sharp property price increases abound

We can't solve our negative equity problems by creating a new wave of mortgage slaves 

Residential property prices are a more prevalent conversation topic than the Premier League. But between the competing vested interests – homebuyers seeking affordable accommodation; financial institutions and NAMA with property portfolios to off-load seeking maximum returns; existing homeowners in negative equity, hoping house values realign with their loans – where lies the national interest?

 

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