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  1. Soviet Union, to be precise. :-) By the way its very very entertaining to learn that TTRTR is a tenant.
  2. If I'm not mistaken the data is updated quaterly. If March numbers were online on 8th of May we may expect next portion of soothing news in the beginning of August.
  3. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d.../counties.stm?q
  4. There are obviously two different applications. Of different type.
  5. It seems fair for me too. However, my OH (who is a lecturer) has a grant and the only money he can 'use' is covering his registration fee at conferences and tickets. He cannot take a penny out of his grant money to increase (e.g.) our miserable deposit.
  6. Strange thing... I tried YO10 4JW. For Q4 2005 handbag reports average price 204,695 and the only transaction in Q4 according to LR is 195,780. How could it happen?
  7. a little contradiction is between this: and this: is 20K in a few months a steadily grow at a moderate level? don't make my slippers laugh!
  8. look at the picture above `The average house in the UK now costs £173,498' in BBC report. Is it an average house?
  9. hometrack? http://www.hometrack.co.uk/index.cfm?jsess...home&newsid=127
  10. it's certainly a mistake. probably they wanted to say `minus 60%'? i'm subscribed for updates in YO10 and today received this one: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property/11231966 - 50% discount sale.
  11. hm. POA property have summer pictures, 5-bed property have winter ones. may be they knocked down one of the bedrooms during autumn?
  12. oops. I read the clause 3.4 of RM's Terms of use. is it illegal to post links to RM's pages?
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