UK house market at lower risk than US

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The dangers of a housing market crash during 2008 are considerably less in the UK than in the US, according to Feri Rating & Research.

However, the UK housing market is likely to stagnate, with prices falling in real terms but not significantly enough to cause a major crash. Feri’s head of real estate, Wolfgang Kubatzki, says while arrears...

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