How Much Did a House Cost in 1920?

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The modern sense of the housing policy was introduced in the UK after 1919 when the central government began a movement to actively involve itself in the provision of housing for working-class people. Houses in 1920 cost no more than £500. This was due to low land costs, cheap money that was readily available and a low cost of materials.
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