Does property double every ten years? (Follow-up)

It’s one of those sayings you might hear on the street. But is it true? We’ve spoken about this before, and now – four years on – we’re going to have a look at what’s happened and see if property really does double every 10 years.

We’re also going to drop a bonus episode in the feed tomorrow:  Episode 224 – Back To The Future: How To Predict Future Property Prices. This episode from the archives marries into today’s episode so well, that it’ll really help give you a full understanding of the cycles and where to you should be looking to invest.

And in the news, it’s official: There’s only one place left in England and Wales with an average house price of below £100,000. This story came from the Telegraph and includes a great map that illustrates when each region broke the £100k barrier.

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