What’s gone wrong for us in 2016?

This week’s Property Podcast is always a popular subject – what’s gone wrong for The Robs in the world of property!

Rob & Rob tell you all about their more challenging moments in 2016, and what lessons they learned along the way.

This week’s news story from The Guardian is music to The Robs’ ears and we’ve filed it straight under the category of ‘told you so’.

“Richard Donnell, insight director at Hometrack, said he expected Oxford and Cambridge to see falls in growth similar to that in London.

“The impetus for house price growth is shifting from the affordability-constrained cities in southern England to cities in the midlands and the north of England,” he said. “Regional cities have more attractive affordability levels and house prices have significant potential upside for growth in the near term subject to the outlook for the economy.” 

Take a look at the story in full here. 

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