UK house prices have suffered the biggest real hit among the 12 biggest property markets in Europe since the peak of the boom. That is according to a new report which cites the impact of Britain's persistently high inflation. A third has been wiped off the real value of the average UK home since the peak of the market in 2007, once inflation is taken into account, according to the RICS European Housing Review.
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