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  1. Here is the report https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-house-price-index-hpi-for-august-2017 Came in below forecast but still a pretty big rise YOY london down 1% MOM. Huge rise in the north west (2.3%) even the greater south east +1.1. Hammond discussing more demand side stimulus Carney looking for excuses not to raise interest rates in his select committee briefing. Could we yet get 6.0% YoY by december? (bang on the centre of my prediction)
  2. The land registry figures were announced this morning they were UP by 1.1% in the UK sales volumes were up year on year too. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-house-price-index-hpi-for-july-2017 So as expected for me there is no let up in the rising of prices. To be honest a few people were getting carried away ordering popcorn and ringside seats for a crash that shows little sign of materializing. For what it's worth the south east seems to be topping out but the midlands in particular are still red hot which confirms what I am seeing I suspect that south east is showing a maximum can be achieved in terms of earnings multiples and those other areas are playing catchup..
  3. Land Registry to be privatised. Another guaranteed earner for Gidiot's mates? http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/may/05/land-registry-privatisation-plans-revealed Really starting to scrape the privatisation barrel now.
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