Weekend round-up of property headlines.

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    Daily Telegraph

    British investors left in limbo as Dubai developers abandon projects 


    FSA mulls more data on bank bail-outs 
    UK house prices still have 10 per cent to fall, Q2 2010 will be the bottom, says Goldman Sachs
    Bank has upgraded Berkeley Homes because of its cash rich balance sheet and downgraded Redrow Homes because it's highly leveraged 

    Financial Times


    House prices will rise, according to Hometrack's Richard Donnell 

    The Times


    Borrowers face problems in remortgaging - facing much tighter lending criteria 
    Building societies suffer another ratings downgrade (Fitch) 

    The Guardian


    Lloyds TSB FTB mortgage - only if you have rich parents to help you 
    Behaviour of letting agents out of control (Citizens Advice), 75 per cent of tenants unhappy with letting agents

    Daily Express

    Record pay cuts have forced household spending to its lowest level since 1980

    Daily Mail

    Sterling at a six month high against the dollar, fears of a US credit downgrade


    The Observer

    Complaints on estate agents soar 

    Sunday Express

    Lloyds - new 5 per cent deposit mortgage for first time buyers 

    Independent on Sunday

    Complete summary of MP's expenses claims
    How much home improvements add value

    News of the World

    Credit crunch is ending - house prices to rise, mortgage loans up, spending set to rise

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