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PPI Claim: House prices 'set to fall'

People who purchased a home when the housing market was at its peak in 2007 could use payment protection claims to help them if they are currently experiencing negative equity.

Knight Frank recently predicted it could take until 2028 before some houses return to the price they were valued at before the onset of the banking crisis.

By 2015 the real-term average fall in house prices since 2007 will be 29 per cent, according to the organisation's figures.

Commenting on the data, Jane Marr, company director at the Little House Company, said the housing market has been significantly affected by the lack of a "feel good factor".

The current financial climate means many homeowners are being notably influenced by anxieties about their jobs, bills and rising inflation, she commented.

Ms Marr added that demand in the property market will fall, resulting in even lower house prices.

Samantha Clarke

Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking ADNFCR-2776-ID-800779394-ADNFCR



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