The Brits, the Aussies, and the Price of Your HouseBy
Housing prices zoomed in Britain and Australia before the big boom in the U.S., and they began to soften earlier. So Americans might be able to get a glimpse into their own future by looking at what has happened in Britain and Australia over the last year or so.
(Pictured: Government House in Canberra, the capital of Australia.)
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