Property prices have resumed the upward march after the Great recession. Low interest rates and Help to Buy have helped fuel the latest fever and the Tory plan to flog off social housing won’t help. But buyer beware! The swankiest apartment in Liverpool, the box-like penthouse at the top of the Unity Building, is on the market at £950 large. Nice, you may think. But just a year ago it was sold for a million and forty thousand. Top property is supposed to hold its price but even in this raging market it has lost a staggering £90,000 of its value in a year. And nearby the entire Tower Building with 73 apartments is up for auction at £1.6m. People will continue to pile into property at mega inflated prices but it will backfire. You have been warned!