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      peacock

      Soaring commuting costs will kill dormitory towns

      will this depress property prices even further in the UK ?
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ory-towns.html

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      guest3863
      Hardly, the UK is a small country, and in fact the house prices are still increasing in London. Which means it's still cheaper to live outside the city.

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      Exactly, it has always been cheaper to live outside of London and always will be.

      Quote Originally Posted by sam View Post
      Hardly, the UK is a small country, and in fact the house prices are still increasing in London. Which means it's still cheaper to live outside the city.
      Soon to be back in the undisputed NUMBER 1 country in the world.....ENGLAND.

    5. #4
      peacock
      Quote Originally Posted by sam View Post
      Hardly, the UK is a small country, and in fact the house prices are still increasing in London. Which means it's still cheaper to live outside the city.
      Yes, it always has been.