Whether you live in London, Paris, New York or even Anytown, USA, one thing is universally true: The price of the average house has risen steadily decade after decade.
In recent times, this trend has accelerated. And while there are many reasons why housing gets costlier, one is largely overlooked.
Watch this video from The School of Life to learn why aesthetics — or lack thereof — plays an unsung role in keeping today’s housing stock so pricey.
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