UK house prices have been in a bubble for almost 20 years, which makes it one of the longest-running bubbles in history.
This is very interesting because bubbles almost never last this long. They usually only last a few years, and every bubble in history has ended when the temporary factors that inflated it came to an end.
So will the UK house price bubble be the first in history to last forever, or will it end just as all other bubbles have ended?
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