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House prices

Question 1

With the help of a diagram:

  1. Explain the likely circumstances in which house prices might fall

  2. Analyse the likely impact of this fall on:

Property owners

First time buyers

Those living in rented accommodation

The rest of the economy

Question 2

House prices
Consider the information contained in the demand and supply schedule for new-build houses, and answer the questions that follow.

HOUSE PRICES £000 DEMAND (000) SUPPLY (000)
500 1000 2400
450 1250 2300
400 1500 2200
350 1750 2100
300 2000 2000
250 2250 1900
200 2500 1800
150 2750 1700
100 3000 1600
  1. What is the current equilibrium price of houses?

  2. What would be the likely effect of the government imposing a maximum price of £200,000?

  3. What is the likely effect on house prices of a fall in interest rates, which increases demand by 10% at each price?


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