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Wait for it

29 August 2007 By Edward Hadas

Inadequate UK construction and wild US securitisation explain some of the difference. But British prices may still be too high to last. Both house prices and mortgage interest rates have increased more in the UK, but it’s the US which has the housing crisis.

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