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Weekly UK property news round-up 12-10-09

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Every week we give you a selection of the best property articles from the national newspapers, so you won’t miss a thing.

Property: Hot tickets
A growing number of us are being drawn away from the city to a new communterland by cheaper housing, faster transport links and country living.  Caroline McGhie reports.

Gargoyles are back in fashion
In an item inspired by the kidnap and return of Emma Thompson’s mother’s stone Gargoyles, Adam Edwards reports that Gargoyles are more popular than ever in our homes churches and gardens.

Kerb appeal: 10 ways to improve the appearance of your property
Sarah Beeny (an exponent of private house sales) shares with journalist Anna Tyzack 10 tips for instantly improving the appearance of your property. Read the article here.

Fitch forecasts steep house price falls
Fitch, the global ratings agency foresees house price drops of up to 20% next year based on it’s economic forecast for the UK.

By Daniel Thomas, Property Correspondent, FT.com

House prices rise for a fifth month
By Daniel Pimlott, FT.com

The Nationwide building society reported that house prices rose again in September, making it 5 months in a row and bringing prices to 2008 levels.

Housing market: Why the downturn’s not over yet
By Elizabeth Colman, Sunday Times
Elizabeth Colman chairs a discussion between the Sunday Times’ 7 ‘money experts’ concerning the state of the UK housing market.  They are surprisingly pessimistic given the recent price rises.

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