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http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/news/Big...=true#community

They are claiming a 7.7% percent in Swansea asking prices!

Swansea. Was there for literally 2 minutes and saw a gang fight. Stay at a hotel and woke up next day to hotel being wrecked.

The place is a dive. People must be eager to buy into the dream that is Swansea.

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Swansea. Was there for literally 2 minutes and saw a gang fight. Stay at a hotel and woke up next day to hotel being wrecked.

The place is a dive. People must be eager to buy into the dream that is Swansea.

2 bed flats reduced from £400k to £320k, get 'em before the squatters move in..

(Search rightmove, flats in SA1)

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Pretty Sh!ty city!

Guilty secret - I love that film!

I've met the Jack Russell dog that starred in Twin Town. He also starred in a short film I helped create, and cost us a fortune to hire.

But he really can act!

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In fairness to the Nationwide they did point to the erratic data coming out of Wales.

But once the local EA sponsored rags get this out it's going to be horrible.

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it's so sad when Swansea is having to be utilised this way to ramp up vested interests in the housing market :lol:

It always has been and always will be an abomination.

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In fairness to the Nationwide they did point to the erratic data coming out of Wales.

But once the local EA sponsored rags get this out it's going to be horrible.

They shouldn't publish noise if they know its noise.

http://www.home.co.uk/guides/asking_prices...ansea&all=1

(dataset of 1,500 according to Time on Market report)

I wonder what the Nationwide's market share was of the 130 houses sold in March.

(see volumes at bottom of this page)

http://www.home.co.uk/guides/house_prices_...&lastyear=1

Say 50% needed mortages?

so of 65 that need mortgages I'd say they get 10% tops

data set of perhaps 6-7mortgage approvals... not worth the bother.

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My local ironmonger pointed out that there was no recession today because the local paper had said that house prices were rising - that is the affect of the local rag in Swansea.

Sad.

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