Weak pound has ripple effect on house prices
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This paper investigates the stationarity properties and long-run relationship of Taiwan’s regional house prices from 1993Q1 to 2009Q2. It applies the recent unit-root test of the Dickey-Fuller (SURADF) test developed by Breuer et al. The empirical results illustrate that Taiwan’s regional house prices are a mixture of stationary and non.
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In Britain, house prices exhibit a distinct spatial pattern over time, rising first in a cyclical upswing in the south-east and, then, spreading out over the rest of the country. This is known as the ripple effect. Although previous studies have shown that, statistically, the ripple effect is a valid representation of the data, providing convincing economic explanations is less straightforward.
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House prices rise by just 0.5% in a year as London’s buyer’s market ripples out to drag down the South East. UK house prices rose 0.1% between May and June, and were up 0.5% in the year
Finance crunch. A weak pound will eat into these profits. For example, house prices in London rose by 10.8% in 2015 and yet the pound has fallen by around 12% – so an overseas investor that purchased a London property during the past 12 months effectively had their profits wiped out this week.