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So the average house price on Rightmove is £226k, and the average sales price is circa £150k, so does that mean that if a house is on Rightmove at £226k then I should offer £150k and wxpect to buy it ?

Are houses on RM overpriced by circa 35% ?

Does not compute.

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So the average house price on Rightmove is £226k, and the average sales price is circa £150k, so does that mean that if a house is on Rightmove at £226k then I should offer £150k and wxpect to buy it ?

Are houses on RM overpriced by circa 35% ?

Does not compute.

That would follow only if a number of assumptions were correct, namely:

1- Sold property type distribution similar to property type distribution in Rightmove once both cases normalized for comparison purposes.

2- Haliwide approvals are for the most part covered by Rightmove

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Nice to see but Rightmove figures really are a load of old toss so not worth getting worked up about, regardless of which direction they are headed in.

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Nice to see but Rightmove figures really are a load of old toss so not worth getting worked up about, regardless of which direction they are headed in.

Still wouldn't stop the bulls mooing if they were heading upwards.

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