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Wait for it

5 June 2009 By George Hay

After falling 24%, the central London housing market has picked up. Supply has increased. Affluent buyers with fat deposits are exploiting supercheap mortgages. There is anecdotal evidence of sealed bids and gazumping. But a sustained period of growth looks unlikely.

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