How things change when you are forced to plan

Maddsion, Kevin
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p52
The article focuses on the buying pattern of real estate properties in Great Britain and abroad. Based on survey, 37 percent of the adult population has been anticipated to purchase properties in Great Britain and abroad. The increased demand for real property has been interpreted to be a false economy because the investment was based on the price of the property.


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