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UK house prices fail to see Olympic Games boost

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HousingUK1: rent protection scheme LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East End, home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is unlikely to yield a house-price boom analysts say, but landlords stand to make long-term...

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rent protection scheme LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East End, home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is unlikely to yield a house-price boom analysts say, but landlords stand to make long-term income streams from the area’s new developments. A key element of London’s successful bid for the 2012 Games was the promise of transformation in east London, formerly an industrial outpost of the capital, now home to the Olympic stadia and other major investments for the Games. See also: As part of the project, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, or LOCOG, promised thousands of new homes for sale and rent, which many expected would lift prices in the area. However, with about a month to go until the opening ceremony, house prices in the neighborhood are showing little improvement.

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rent protection scheme LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East End, home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is unlikely to yield a house-price boom analysts say, but landlords stand to make long-term income streams from the area’s new developments. A key element of London’s successful bid for the 2012 Games was the promise of transformation in east London, formerly an industrial outpost of the capital, now home to the Olympic stadia and other major investments for the Games. See also: As part of the project, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, or LOCOG, promised thousands of new homes for sale and rent, which many expected would lift prices in the area. However, with about a month to go until the opening ceremony, house prices in the neighborhood are showing little improvement.

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LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East Finish, house to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Video games, is unlikely to yield a home-worth growth analysts say, however landlords stand to make lengthy-time period revenue streams from the world’s new developments. A key factor of London’s profitable bid for the 2012 Video games was the promise of transformation in east London, previously an industrial outpost of the capital, now house to the Olympic stadia and different main investments for the Games. See additionally: As a part of the venture, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Video games, or LOCOG, promised hundreds of latest houses on the market and lease, which many anticipated would raise costs within the area. Nevertheless, with a few month to go till the opening ceremony, home costs within the neighborhood are displaying little improvement. Land Registry knowledge for April present home costs throughout London rose 5.1%

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LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East Finish, dwelling to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Video games, is unlikely to yield a home-worth growth analysts say, however landlords stand to make lengthy-time period revenue streams from the world’s new developments. A key aspect of London’s profitable bid for the 2012 Video games was the promise of transformation in east London, previously an industrial outpost of the capital, now dwelling to the Olympic stadia and different main investments for the Games. See additionally: As a part of the undertaking, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Video games, or LOCOG, promised hundreds of latest houses on the market and lease, which many anticipated would elevate costs within the area. Nevertheless, with a few month to go till the opening ceremony, home costs within the neighborhood are displaying little improvement. Land Registry knowledge for April present home costs throughout Londo

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LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East End, home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is unlikely to yield a house-price boom analysts say, but landlords stand to make long-term income streams from the area’s new developments. A key element of London’s successful bid for the 2012 Games was the promise of transformation in east London, formerly an industrial outpost of the capital, now home to the Olympic stadia and other major investments for the Games. See also: As part of the project, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, or LOCOG, promised thousands of new homes for sale and rent, which many expected would lift prices in the area. However, with about a month to go until the opening ceremony, house prices in the neighborhood are showing little improvement. Land Registry data for April show house prices across London rose 5.1% versus April 2011, but in the east London borough of Newham, home to the Olympic Park,

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LONDON (MarketWatch) — The multibillion pound regeneration of London’s East End, home to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, is unlikely to yield a house-price boom analysts say, but landlords stand to make long-term income streams from the area’s new developments. A key element of London’s successful bid for the 2012 Games was the promise of transformation in east London, formerly an industrial outpost of the capital, now home to the Olympic stadia and other major investments for the Games. See also: As part of the project, the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, or LOCOG, promised thousands of new homes for sale and rent, which many expected would lift prices in the area. However, with about a month to go until the opening ceremony, house prices in the neighborhood are showing little improvement. Land Registry data for April show house prices across London rose 5.1% versus April 2011, but in the east London borough of Newham, home to the Olympic Park,

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