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  1. Just finished importing the latest Land Registry data into houseprices.io. How many sales to you think were recorded for May this year? As a guide, May's figure at this time last year was 25391. The answer is... wait for it.... the answer is..... 41.
  2. Just finished the import to houseprices.io There seems to be an amazing number of "Additional price paid transactions" (highlighted yellow) at the moment. These are: transfers under a power of sale (repossessions) buy-to-lets where they can be identified by a mortgage transfers to non-private individuals Difficult to draw any conclusions from that, without knowing how many there are of which.
  3. Just been importing the latest Land Registry sales into houseprices.io, and not surprisingly there weren't many. 5514 sales for the month of March. You can expect that early figure to roughly triple over the coming months as the lagging registrations come in, but it still represents a big drop. When January's data first came out it had 20517 sales, for example (and now stands at 60835).
  4. February's prices paid data is now available to peruse at houseprices.io if anyone's interested. Also: have you all tried the - not very much to do with house prices but interesting anyway - lidar map feature, now with exciting new 3d view function? Also: does anyone need any help from a good web/software developer at the moment? PM me or use the contact form if you do!
  5. I've just finished importing this morning's Land Registry release (sales up to Dec 2019) into houseprices.io if anyone wants a look.
  6. Sounds great, looking forward to it! Any day now...
  7. I've just finished updating https://houseprices.io/ with March's sales if anyone's interested.
  8. Oh dear, that's no good. What browser are you using? Anyone else finding the same?
  9. Thanks @mrtickle. The yellow rows are the Land Registry's "additional price paid transactions", a category of sales which were previously excluded from the Land Registry's prices paid data, but began to be captured in October 2013. The Land Registry defines this category as: property transfers carried out under a power of sale repossessions buy-to-lets where they can be identified by a mortgage transfers to non-private individuals @Kosmin, if you're browsing on mobile you have to click on the "Details..." link in each row to jump to the full details which shows the real and nominal percentage changes. On desktop those details appear on the right as you hover over each row, and if you hover over a percentage change it should also show the change per annum.
  10. Green is an increase (versus the previous sale, where available), red is a decrease in both real and nominal terms, and amber indicates a fall in real terms only. Red and green is used in line with the near universal convention in trading systems and the like, which I'm not about to reverse just to try and make a point. You'll just have to get used to seeing red as a good thing like anyone shorting a stock, or short of a house. The amber is an exclusive houseprices.io invention. Or it might have been suggested by someone on here, I can't remember.
  11. I've imported this into houseprices.io if anyone wants a look.
  12. Latest data from the Land Registry is available now at houseprices.io if anyone's interested.
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