The housing market is moving again. In the past month, national prices have climbed 0.9 per cent.
What matters most to buyers (and especially to investors), along with price and value, is location.
The cliché suggests that in the long run that’s all that matters.
So it would be unfortunate if investors were getting it wrong.
Our examination of proprietary data from a major bank covering 1.15 million residential mortgage applications over the six years between 2003 and 2009 suggests they might be.