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My guess would be up by something around 1%......... however as I have always said in the real world this means nothing as in this very slim market I doubt their figures have any statistical relevance.... and I'd be saying the same, and have said the same when they are down.

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Whatever happens, lets make sure that there's a drama-storm of a thread around the results!

If there's one thing that hpc.com needs, it's more furious argument over the deep meaning of the change in a single price indicator, across a single month! :P

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When are they due to be published? I would guess a positive number as Halifax has lagged Nationwide on the spring bounce thing.

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+0.9, then slowly get back to about -1.2% a month over the next 3 months to continue to March 2010

What he said.

Sounds like a reasonable bet.

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Whatever happens, atleast we'll be spared the rinoahamishvalerius gloating.

Which is nice.

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It'll be a positive 0% - 0.9%, followed by negatives of between 3% to 5% everymonth for a decade!

........ and then I was rudely awoke by the alarm clock.

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These are the Tradition Future HPI / SPREFS (annoyingly, they publish with lots of errors and inconsistencies, so these are ‘best-effort’ assembled + corrected).

Month - £ 1-year 3-year 5-year

Mar - 125,775 117,814 124,182

Apr - 127,296 125,725 130,439

May - 137,512 130,439 135,154

Jun - 147,195 143,173 148,804

It's showing a swing UP in the level of the anticipated trough.

Source PDFs here, see Residential on page 2, but watch out for errors/inconsistencies in each previous month’s figures:

http://www.sprefs.com/index.php?page_id=169

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Plus 0.5%

And I say that reluctantly and begrudgingly. With the worst possible grace, and a resounding fart.

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Whatever happens, atleast we'll be spared the rinoahamishvalerius gloating.

McTavish is still here, just under a different name.

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It'll be a positive 0% - 0.9%, followed by negatives of between 3% to 5% everymonth for a decade!

I look forward to moving into Cheyne Walk in 2019 for 17/6d

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