Property is still seen as safe haven

Bone, Alison
April 2003
Money Marketing;4/24/2003, p14
Reports on Yorkshire Bank's housebuyers' survey revealing real property to be the most popular refuge for savings in Great Britain, despite reduction in spending as a result of the Iraq war. Finding that one in 10 homeowners consider their spending more carefully; Figures from the survey.


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