Price of house

April 5, 2007 10:57am CST
Mann the price on houses in Denmark has just really exploded lately. I can't find a nice house in my area for less than $500,000 (and that's not even expensive)... That's really a lot of money. How much do you have to pay for a house where you live?
2 responses
@deeeky (3668)
• Edinburgh, Scotland
8 Apr 07
The house prices in Britain are still going on the up du to the building of houses has slowed right down for many years. Plus the government has let to many of the council houses get sold for pennies which has caused a shortage in rental property. Have a nice day from Deeeky.
@maximax8 (28558)
• United Kingdom
5 Apr 07
Yes, I agree with you. Scandinavia is expensive so I can guess that most houses in Denmark cost a great deal of money. Houses in the UK are also quite expensive. The cheapest sort of house in my local area would cost around £300,000. Some areas have houses that cost much more than this, like in London for example. I had to buy the cheapest house I saw that fitted the sort of thing I wanted. I bought it because it is in a quiet location and has views of fields at the back. It has a kitchen, lounge, bathroom, shower room, two bedrooms, a front garden, a back garden and two parking spaces. It cost me about $240,000 and I hope its value is increasing. In Australia and New Zealand houses have more land, are bigger than houses in the UK and it is possible to buy land to build a house on. I wished I lived in either Australia or New Zealand.