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  1. Hi, As you know, the land registry release data through disclosure logs to the public after several months have passed, rather than as soon as the data is available. Well, someone I know has access to the FULL Land registry database, including all the data January 2016 - 31st March 2016 - which the LandRegistry won't make available until around July. This has been made freely available (it's free public data after all) on www.houseprices.site As you can see, the site is very basic, but it does some things well. I was very surprised to see the amount of houses sold in some postcodes I'm interested in, compared to previous months. For instance, for post codes starting HA, I can see: 2016-01 431 houses sold 2016-02 312 houses sold 2016-03 199 houses sold Another example for post codes starting CB: 2016-01 462 houses sold 2016-02 416 houses sold 2016-03 188 houses sold There is clearly a huge slow-down taking place, but most papers are still scare mongering about how the average price in london will be 1 million by 2020 - they are clearly delusional. The prices have already surpassed what is affordable for most. This is the kind of data many newspapers already posses but they don't want to scare potential buyers into NOT buying at the current obscene prices! Play around with it and drawer your own conclusions. Hope you find this useful.
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