House prices rose as resi towers thrived

The Nationwide House Price Index ends 2009 on the up. But it has been a decade of highs and lows, punctuated by such noughties phenomena as residential towers, investment clubs, buy-to-let excess and unscrupulous sale-and-rentback predators. One thing remains the same now as 10 years ago: demand for housing is ...

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