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Is the London Bubble Slowly Deflating

Wed 01 Jan 2014

Rapidly gentrifying Hackney has seen the largest increases outside central London, with average house prices 67,000 higher, or 24% above their 2008 peak. The three eastern boroughs of Newham, Barking & Dagenham, and Havering are now the only parts of London where prices are lower than in 2008. There is little point in buyers holding off in the hope that prices will ease, says Peter Rollings, chief executive at Marsh & Parsons. With 18 registered buyers per property, sales are completing in record time and for close to the asking price

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