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Shared Lunch: Property Reset

Shared Lunch

The property market has been in the doldrums. How far will prices drop and when will interest rates stop racing up?

We look at all this and more with independent economist Tony Alexander. Tony explains the unique characteristics of the housing market and what influences it, plus how FOMO (fear of missing out) is being replaced by FOOP (fear of over paying).

Dan Brunskill at BusinessDesk chats to independent economist Tony Alexander about housing. Is FOOP (Fear of over paying) the new FOMO in this years property reset?

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Shared Lunch is hosted by BusinessDesk journalists including Frances Cook and Dan Brunskill. 

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