A revolutionary plan to increase house prices in the north of England was unveiled today – DIY Banksy-style stencil packs.
House price analysts have noticed that whenever the world-famous mysterious Bristol graffiti guerilla artist known as ‘Banksy’ spray paints one of his artworks onto the wall of a house, the house price rockets astronomically almost immediately.
However, so far, Banksy has limited most of his creations to southern England, leading to the current housing bubble and north-south price divide.
Using the new product, now northern home owners will be able to spray paint their own houses between the hours of 3 to 5.30 am on a Sunday morning. They should then post photos and videos on social media websites and contact the local press at about 7.30 for maximum publicity.
The packs start at £199 from http://www.george-osborne-enterprises.com - stencils vary in size and complexity, but each pack also contains spray cans, masking tape, instructions and a tarpaulin.
A spokesperson confirmed packs will initially be limited to northerners and it is predicted the average northern house price will increase by £270,000 and take about 2 days to sell.