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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

A couple of years like that and you will all be richer than Alan Sugar.

Well done Hamish.

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

we all know that scots are useless with money. Look at Brown, Darling, HBOS and RBS.......

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Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

You mean all the way up to your brain?

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If prices keep increasing 12% a month, as they surely will, how long will it be before people with studio flats in Dumbiedykes are millionaires?

Should I be a savvy investor and sell a kidney to snap up a flat in Pennywell Gardens now before I miss the boat?

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12% is economically sustainable.

Perpetual growth it is then.

so are 50% house price falls - do you have a grasp of the economic effects of significant negative equity, static living conditions, decreased labour productivity, falling taxes ??????????

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

Hi ,

I assume this data came from http://www.ros.gov.uk/ ?

If so , whereabouts is it , as I can't find it on their PRESS RELEASES page at

http://www.ros.gov.uk/aboutus/pressreleases.html

only something about volumes going down Q1 by 57.1% and prices going down

http://www.ros.gov.uk/pdfs/2009_05_statsrelease.pdf

(Edinburgh down 10.1% year on year) .

Thanks .

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12% is economically sustainable.

Perpetual growth it is then.

so are 50% house price falls - do you have a grasp of the economic effects of significant negative equity, static living conditions, decreased labour productivity, falling taxes ????

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

Wait for it....

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

swive me, hamish, your scottish streets really are paved with gold.

my only question, and i guess it'll be the one on everybody's lips - is it too late for people [including, but not necessarily limited to, those south of the border] to get a piece of this opportunity, i.e. can we expect this 290% p.a. growth to continue?

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

Congratulations you have decoded the enigma to enternal wealth and happiness. What fools we are for not listening or buying your milestone of mortgage debt from around your neck off you. :rolleyes:

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so are 50% house price falls - do you have a grasp of the economic effects of significant negative equity, static living conditions, decreased labour productivity, falling taxes ??????????

Do you have a clue what you are talking about? Thought not.

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so are 50% house price falls - do you have a grasp of the economic effects of significant negative equity, static living conditions, decreased labour productivity, falling taxes ??????????

Do you have a clue what you are talking about? Thought not.

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Do you have a clue what you are talking about? Thought not.

Perhaps more than you judging by your previous posts, patronising manner, and the fact you feel you need to answer your own questions in a post.

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Now is the time to sell.

Fill your boots, all you equity rich homeowners.

Just make sure you set your price below the market.

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

:lol:

Go on Hamish, enjoy yourself, you deserve it. You were right, we were wrong.

12% eh ? in one month. Blimey, where will this all end ?

OK, I don`t really want to move up to Edinburgh. Do you think there`s any chance that i`ll see anything like double digit house price growth in one month round here (West Midlands) ?

Ooooh I do hope so, because I wanna be rich, rich, rich, just like you !

Sod the youngsters, or anyone else that wants to buy their own home, they`ll just have to rent (if they can afford it). Let`s just sit back, and rejoice in our rising prosperity. Afterall, weren`t we clever to invest in property. We deserve to make money. Those that wish for reasonably priced housing are living in dream land, and we can`t afford to let them get their way, oh no.

Hamish "Equity" McTavish........ beacuase he`s worth it.

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

:lol:

Go on Hamish, enjoy yourself, you deserve it. You were right, we were wrong.

12% eh ? in one month. Blimey, where will this all end ?

OK, I don`t really want to move up to Edinburgh. Do you think there`s any chance that i`ll see anything like double digit house price growth in one month round here (West Midlands) ?

Ooooh I do hope so, because I wanna be rich, rich, rich, just like you !

Sod the youngsters, or anyone else that wants to buy their own home, they`ll just have to rent (if they can afford it). Let`s just sit back, and rejoice in our rising prosperity. Afterall, weren`t we clever to invest in property? We deserve to make money. Those that wish for reasonably priced housing are living in dream land, and we can`t afford to let them get their way, oh no.

Hamish "Equity" McTavish........ beacuase he`s worth it.

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Edinburgh.

With a staggering +12% in the month of April alone according to the Registers of Scotland.

Should be quite interesting seeing what May, June and July will do. :lol:

Aberdeen only saw a paltry 2% in April, but then again, people always say theres a time lag for anything to get all the way up here!!!!! :lol:

Yay! I just love to see more money draining from the economy into illiquid assets in time of recession

lets all bask in the warm glow of the recovereh B)

Edited by Bubble&Squeak

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