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Sample Much will obviously depend on how well the economy holds up as the fiscal squeeze increasingly kicks in, mortgage availability and the amount of houses coming on to the market.Jones Lang LaSalleJames ThomasAug 2010 3.9%UK2010"During the remainder of 2010, JLL expects a decline of 3.9 per cent on current price levels, reducing the value of the average UK property by £6,500."CEBRN/AN/AAug 2010 4%UK2010"The Centre For Economics And Business Research (CEBR) said prices will increase 4 per cent...

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