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Housing Special
09/07/2009
What are the prospects of more “affordable” homes?

Winifred asks whether house prices are likely to fall far enough and whether sufficient mortgage credit is available to enable more first time buyers to clamber aboard the housing ladder. And what are the prospects for building new “social” housing developments?
Guests:
Douglas McWilliams, chief executive, Centre for Economics and Business Research
Vincent Cable, Treasury spokesman, Liberal Democrats
Bernard Clark, Council of Mortgage Lenders
Melfyn Williams, National Association of Estate Agents
John Slaughter, Homebuilders
Gavin Smart, National Housing Federation


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