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Anne Ashworth: House price freeze — blame it on the sunshine - The Times

The TimesAnne Ashworth: House price freeze — blame it on the sunshineThe TimesThe Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), a left-leaning think tank, is recommending that the Bank of England puts the freeze on house prices for five years by restricting mortgages, thus diverting money away from property investment towards ...12-07-2018

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Anne Ashworth: House price freeze — blame it on the sunshine
The Times
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), a left-leaning think tank, is recommending that the Bank of England puts the freeze on house prices for five years by restricting mortgages, thus diverting money away from property investment towards ...

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