Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP
Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP

British annual home price growth slows further to 2-year low

British housing costs drop surprise 0.2 per cent in June, maintaining a gradual downward trend that leaves the yearly increase at 3.3 per cent

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Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP
Many economists see change as temporary as number of new homes being built is insufficient to keep up with demand and wages are starting to grow faster. Photo: AFP
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