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Norfolk Average Price Now Back To Sep 2005 Value

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[quote name='notnow' timestamp='1333527559' post='909006466']
If you allow for RPI inflation they are back to more like 2003. No HPC here then :lol:
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asking prices still crazy though, don't think anything here sold for over 380k at the peak for simular... this one is on at 425k, they should be expecticing cira 300k i'd of thought.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-37128179.html Edited by Russe11

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[quote name='notnow' timestamp='1333527559' post='909006466']
If you allow for RPI inflation they are back to more like 2003. No HPC here then :lol:
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But not wage inflation.

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Meanwhile, at the opposite end of the market...

[img]http://media.rightmove.co.uk/3k/2063/33475003/2063_NOR112235_IMG_00_0000_max_620x414.jpg[/img]
[url="http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-33475003.html?premiumA=true"]Top floor flat. Was £75k, now down to £60,500[/url]

Someone is getting desperate to offload this one...

[u]Property bee:[/u]
17/03/12: £75k
05/04/12: £60.5k

Leasehold flat asking prices are dropping like anvils in a Road Runner cartoon. meep meep! B)

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