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What goes up…

typically, the price of a product will go up over time – whether it is a tin of baked beans, a car or a home to live in. This is in part driven by inflation as input costs increase, but prices also increase via demand – especially with property where there is, to a degree, a limited supply.

The above is of course true about

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