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undersupply

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  1. Newcastle upon Tyne highest monthly rise in the Land registry 1.9% in the UK, out today
  2. Latest land reg show newcastle up 0.6 % MOM versus 0.1% for the whole contry 0.4 for tyne & wear & minus 0.5 for durham.
  3. Nationwide Q1 2007 £177,849 for Newcastle u Tyne Nationwide Q2 2007 £181,104 Annualised thats a 7.3% increase. However YOY Newcastle moves from 1% (Q1 06-07) to 3%(Q2 06-07), & is only behind Liverpool in cities with the lowest HPI.
  4. What do you guys think of the Halifax reporting 4.3% Quarterly growth for the North for Q2? Flies in the face of LR figures does it not?
  5. They (speculators) all know they have to leave the party by midnight, but they are dancing in a room in which the clocks have no hands. Warren Buffet
  6. Dipping or easing, never falling, don't you love EA parlance? On my NE1 watch of new properties coming on to Rightmove, I am seeing an upward trend in asking prices, both for one beds and two beds, with an average of 5-7 properties coming on per week. I wonder whether thursdays rate rise will put paid to that. http://icnewcastle.icnetwork.co.uk/homemak...-name_page.html
  7. Hard to know who to believe, the latest Halifax report had Newcastle at 10% yoy whereas Nationwide had it at 1% yoy.
  8. That fool lives in Northern Ireland, the biggest economic drain on the UK. How ironic. Big Picture Andy, big picture.
  9. Still not on houseprices.co.uk I wonder why
  10. I wish the suicide rate in Xurbia was a lot higher, also in Xenophobia your neighbouring country. Do us all a favour & stay off the thread.
  11. Its a bear trolling, like RB over here http://www.askaboutmoney.com/showthread.php?t=51081
  12. Never catch a falling knife, think about those who bought in Japan in 1993 thinking the market had bottomed.
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