Affordability improves as house prices continue their slow, sleepy decline - MoneyWeek
Affordability improves as house prices continue their slow, sleepy decline - MoneyWeek

With house prices continuing to climb more slowly than inflation or wages, the latest Halifax house price index is a further encouraging sign that the overheated market is returning to sanity.

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