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#1 The Three Little Pigs

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Posted 30 June 2005 - 02:21 PM

Fulham thread now with added charts.


P/Code Q1 05 T Q404 T Q304 T Q204T Q104T

Sw6 1 320666 443812 437375 583818 526455
Sw6 2 562031 932995 719043 585740 563402
Sw6 3 906192 783100 964553 926204 732406
Sw6 4 915200 678716 752892 700466 634558
Sw 6 5 648008 683214 813221 658351 606345
Sw6 6 688622 500718 605961 588455 535676
Sw6 7 456704 507565 531180 529393 425063
Total 4497423 4530120 4824225 4572427 4023905
Average 499714 503347 536025 508047 447101


P/Code Q105 F Q404 F Q304 F Q204F Q104 F

Sw6 1 290846 286806 313914 286569 345267
Sw6 2 369322 359766 361183 409305 399055
Sw6 3 486766 328693 410526 358887 304057
Sw6 4 313944 266232 291152 289024 304640
Sw 6 5 264371 294938 316198 290002 284520
Sw6 6 270872 308477 297383 309960 274469
Sw6 7 270465 260693 288303 277565 263588
Total 2266586 2105605 2278659 2221312 2175596
Average 251843 233956 253184 246812 241733

Land reg figures for terraced houses (T) and flats and Maisonettes ( F) by quarter.

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Edited by The Three Little Pigs, 21 December 2005 - 01:56 PM.

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 09:29 AM

8 am London AFX


In early trading the Alice Band index broke through the $61 barrier. 3 month Alice Band futures rose to $63.

‘We can only see higher Alice Band prices as the key U.S. combing season and Chinese haircare demands increase’ said a spokesperson.

But what does this mean for Fulham house prices? ‘On it’s own Fulham can weather it’ said Mr Wriggly, a noted house price commentator and star of childrens’ stories,‘But add to this the failure of the Malawi corduroy harvest and new laws on deck shoe use in built-up areas and its looking bleak. Prices will halve.’

But prices have not yet fallen. Buyers can still find an Anderson shelter in the garden of an ex-gas worker’s cottage for around the 3 million mark. ‘That’s a bally, ding-dong, no-brainer’ according to Miles Miles-Miles, idiot 4th son of some land-owning family and Fulham estate agent.

Drinkers at The White Horse seemed unperturbed; ‘Yah’ said one, ‘Yah,yah’ said another.
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Posted 01 July 2005 - 09:55 AM

3 little pigs can you post the url from where you got the data?
thanks

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 10:02 AM

http://www.landreg.g...e/ppr_ualbs.asp

Choose 'Postcode sectors only ' from the drop down box
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Posted 01 July 2005 - 10:14 AM

amazing!

some parts have fallen quite dramatically, others have stayed steady and others have risen slightly but overall it's a falling trend from Q1 of this year compared to Q1 of 2004

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 01:06 PM

Kerplonk

Fulham averages going back to peak of the FTSE by terraced house and flat/maisonette.

Land reg figures for q205 should be out mid-August. They record completed sales during the quarter and then report them 5 or 6 weeks after the close of the quarter. So what they show are deals struck up to say 6 months earlier.

Give us a guesstimate for Q205. I'll call 497,000 and 249,000. You?

Q105T 499714
Q404T 503347
Q304T 536025
Q204T 508047
Q104T 447101
Q403T 448321
Q303T 444594
Q203T 412252
Q103T 394543
Q402T 404392
Q302T 460869
Q202T 436411
Q102T 354232
Q401T 366194
Q301T 419224
Q201T 374122
Q101T 374893
Q400T 376215
Q300T 349006
Q200T 353010
Q100T 343988
Q499T 304735

Q105F 251843
Q404F 233956
Q304F 253184
Q204F 246812
Q104F 241733
Q403F 230230
Q303F 216159
Q203F 219387
Q103F 214197
Q402F 233891
Q302F 222677
Q202F 229325
Q102F 205518
Q401F 205877
Q301F 202600
Q201F 190204
Q101F 183182
Q400F 175900
Q300F 167272
Q200F 176430
Q100F 163714
Q499F 163228
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Posted 01 July 2005 - 02:22 PM

Oops. Error with the @Sum.

Figures should read as below

Guesstimate now is 637,000 and 319,000

Q105T 642489
Q404T 647160
Q304T 689175
Q204T 653204
Q104T 574844
Q403T 576413
Q303T 571621
Q203T 530038
Q103T 507269
Q402T 519932
Q302T 592546
Q202T 561100
Q102T 455441
Q401T 470820
Q301T 539003
Q201T 481014
Q101T 482005
Q400T 483705
Q300T 448721
Q200T 453869
Q100T 442270
Q499T 391802

Q105F 323798
Q404F 300801
Q304F 325523
Q204F 317330
Q104F 310799
Q403F 296010
Q303F 277919
Q203F 282069
Q103F 275396
Q402F 300717
Q302F 286299
Q202F 294847
Q102F 264237
Q401F 264699
Q301F 260486
Q201F 244548
Q101F 235520
Q400F 226157
Q300F 215064
Q200F 226839
Q100F 210489
Q499F 209864
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Posted 02 July 2005 - 12:18 AM

amazing!

some parts have fallen quite dramatically, others have stayed steady and others have risen slightly but overall it's a falling trend from Q1 of this year compared to Q1 of 2004

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I live in Fulham and the house prices are being affected by a huge emigration to the countryside. I've lived here for a long time and I don't know a family who isn't seeking to move asap. Unless you are religious, the schools in H and F are all mostly rubbish - I don't blame them for leaving. In order to secure a sale, vendors are dropping their prices to get out quickly.

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 12:59 PM

I live in Fulham and the house prices are being affected by a huge emigration to the countryside. I've lived here for a long time and I don't know a family who isn't seeking to move asap. Unless you are religious, the schools in H and F are all mostly rubbish - I don't blame them for leaving. In order to secure a sale, vendors are dropping their prices to get out quickly.

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If you can afford to live in Fulham, you can afford not to send your children to school there.

For the last 20 years Fulham has not been a place where family's grew up, but rather somewhere where yuppies would move to to start a fmaily before moving off to Wandsworth.

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Posted 05 July 2005 - 01:25 PM

If you can afford to live in Fulham, you can afford not to send your children to school there.

For the last 20 years Fulham has not been a place where family's grew up, but rather somewhere where yuppies would move to to start a fmaily before moving off to Wandsworth.

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Quite. Most Fulhamites' children are at boarding school for most of the year while Mummy and Daddy work in the City, and then the whole family unites for a summer holiday in their place in the South of France.
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Posted 18 July 2005 - 11:00 AM

Rightmove July figures for Hammersmith and Fulham asking prices:

Average £418,046
Monthly change: Plus 0.9%
Annual change; Minus 8.1%
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Posted 19 July 2005 - 03:25 PM

Hometrack survey averages for Hammersmith and Fulham asking prices in June 2005

Terraced £425,400
Semi £516,900
Flat £256,700

Monthly: Minus 1.2%
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Posted 19 July 2005 - 03:42 PM

Comment included in RICs June Report

' June has been a very busy successful mont in Fulham with an increased number of sales agreed. Stock levels are starting to dwindle... If the shortage of instructions continues then prices may have to rise again'

So says Tim Le Blanc-Smith of John D Wood

Hmmm
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Posted 29 July 2005 - 02:24 PM

Hometrack July prices for accepted offers Hammersmith and Fulham

Terraced £425,400
Semi £516,900
Flat £256,200

Monthly: 0%

(Flats do seem to have dropped a few hundred from June to July)

Edited by The Three Little Pigs, 25 November 2005 - 01:45 PM.

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Posted 08 August 2005 - 01:23 PM

Land Reg averages for Q205 SW6

Terraced Q105 £642489
Terraced Q205 £648467

Flat Q105 £323798
Flat Q205 £325733


Bull Food - the simple averages show SW6 going up by 1% and 0.6% quarter on quarter.

Bear Food - Volumes down by about 40% compared with same quarter 04.

Bear Food - Historically Q1 to Q2 rises have been more substantial: '04 was +13.6% and +2.1%, '03 was +4.5% and + 2.4% and '02 was + 23% and +11.6%


Food for thought - these are just simple averages from Land Reg
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