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The more I look at that graph, and the 15% HPI from 2005 to 2007, the more I'm convinced that boom was engineered by Brown because the megalomaniac was so desperate to become PM.

How can one man, do so much damage!? :angry:

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Monthly sales in London are 3,000 compared to 15,000 peak! Ber-limey!

Im not happy London is up. That is good new for Bulls for sure

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I simply don't understand the London figure of +1.4. The borough breakdown suggests falls almost everywhere, except Newham and Hackney.

In my part of London there is virtually nothing on the market. So if a couple of houses sell for a decent price, that will skew the figures.

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-1.1% in my area (City of Bristol). Good news :)

Wonder if this will get as much coverage as the Nationwide figures, doubt it somehow.

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Looks like many of the BTL hotspots are still getting the biggest falls. Tower Hamlets, Brighton and Portsmouth all above average falls.

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The more I look at that graph, and the 15% HPI from 2005 to 2007, the more I'm convinced that boom was engineered by Brown because the megalomaniac was so desperate to become PM.

How can one man, do so much damage!? :angry:

Well he wouldn't be the first. Back in the late 80s Helmut Kohl robbed the German pension system and basically destroyed it to finance the reunification. Apparently he wanted to be "The man who united the two Germanies" so badly that he didn't give a fu%& about screwing pensioners for decades to come.

If anybody should have been taken out and shot - it's definitely him....

:angry:

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Im not happy London is up. That is good new for Bulls for sure

Only 10 out of 33 London boroughs are up:-

Hackney at 2.8%

Camden at 0.5%

Enfield at 0.2%

Haringey at 0.5%

Harrow and Havering at 0.1%

Hillingdon at 1%

Kensington & Chelsea at 0.6%

Newham at 3.2%

Richmond at 0.1%

My Borough is down by a good %. As it should! :P

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Im not happy London is up. That is good new for Bulls for sure

Not really.

From page 4 of the report:

"April's data for London shows

an annual house price change

of -14.3 per cent, which shows

a small decrease in the speed

of price falls."

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the Nationwide results appeared in the MSM before the ink was dry

no sign of this one yet..

funny that

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Sig updated, no change to % fall from peak.

It looks like the -0.3% was seasonal adjustment.

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-1.1% in my area (City of Bristol). Good news :)

Wonder if this will get as much coverage as the Nationwide figures, doubt it somehow.

You should hope not. Or at least, you should hope the MSM don't figure out how bullish these numbers really are.

LR figures lag by several months. This month should have shown the large falls being reported a few months back in the haliwide figures.

Minus 0.3% is an amazingly good figure, and shows clearly that the actual sales prices going through a couple of months back were significantly higher than the Haliwides surveys reported.

This is very tasty bull fodder indeed. :lol:

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You should hope not. Or at least, you should hope the MSM don't figure out how bullish these numbers really are.

LR figures lag by several months. This month should have shown the large falls being reported a few months back in the haliwide figures.

Minus 0.3% is an amazingly good figure, and shows clearly that the actual sales prices going through a couple of months back were significantly higher than the Haliwides surveys reported.

This is very tasty bull fodder indeed. :lol:

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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The more I look at that graph, and the 15% HPI from 2005 to 2007, the more I'm convinced that boom was engineered by Brown because the megalomaniac was so desperate to become PM.

How can one man, do so much damage!? :angry:

Er, yes, how could he?

Was he to blame in 88 too?

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I simply don't understand the London figure of +1.4. The borough breakdown suggests falls almost everywhere, except Newham and Hackney.

The 0.6% rise in Kensington (ave price 728,183) outweighs the minus 0.6% of merton and Islington combined. Plenty of other boroughts saw rises.

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