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U.K. | 8 November 2017 The Period of Leverage-Driven Growth in House Prices is Over
Mortgage lender Halifax reported yesterday that the rate of increase in house prices has picked up since the summer.

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8 November 2017 The Period of Leverage-Driven Growth in House Prices is Over

By Samuel Tombs

Mortgage lender Halifax reported yesterday that the rate of increase in house prices has picked up since the summer.

Posted: 7th Nov 2017 in 'U.K.'

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