Shelter publication driven by HATC model

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This week, Shelter published their short report “At Any Cost? – The case for stable house prices in England “. The report draws on sophisticated modelling by HATC of the effect of a range of house price inflation scenarios on different households in different occupations in different parts of the country over the next 50 years. It urges a change in Government policy, with the policy objective of house price stability.  In particular it proposes the withdrawal of the second phase of the Help to Buy initiative, arguing that it fuels the problem of high inflation.

A copy of the 17 – page Shelter report can be downloaded for free here: At Any Cost?.

 

A copy of the full HATC report, with additional information, is availablehere: hpi report v5

Published: Thursday, October 17th, 2013, 10:59 am | Posted in: News
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