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Fun Figures From L R Quarterly Report

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...ces/html/ml.stm

Brighton And Hove

* Average Cost: £232,846

* Detached: £356,423

* Semi-detached: £267,863

* Terraced: £246,123

* Flat: £179,048

* Change in last quarter: -6.9%

* Change in last year: -14.4%

* Sales: 485

Figures for England and Wales are for the period January to March 2009.

Fun, fun, fun!

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not great reading for London:

Change in last quarter: 1.2%

Change in last year: -3.3% <nothing>

i know certain boroughs have dropped some 10% or so - but a -3.3 figure for the whole year is a more than a little discouraging. :(

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Bloody hell. Up 4% in Lambeth??????? Mind you, look at the number of sales.

Lambeth

Average Cost: £317,745

Detached: £626,250

Semi-detached: £494,777

Terraced: £427,395

Flat: £253,197

Change in last quarter: 4.2%

Change in last year: -7.0%

Sales: 274

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Swansea

Average Cost: £150,697

Detached: £218,688

Semi-detached: £122,507

Terraced: £110,439

Flat: £182,010

Change in last quarter: -2.7%

Change in last year: -0.6%

Sales: 359

Only 0.6% fall in the last year in Swansea - interesting that the last quarter is showing a 2.7% fall during the green shoots, market recovery. Nothing compared to RB's Brighton though.

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These figures are figures for England and Wales are for the period January to March 2009 - meaning that the 'spring bounce' has not been factored in, meaning that when they are we will have endless meeja reports of the recovery of the housing market.

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Just over a year ago. Lottsa bargains up there now!

Actually no. Falls are smaller than Brighton.

Seems to be the Home Counties that are faring the worst in these figures. Annual drops of 20% around South Bucks!

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Actually no. Falls are smaller than Brighton.

Seems to be the Home Counties that are faring the worst in these figures. Annual drops of 20% around South Bucks!

North Tyneside

Average Cost: £145,225

Detached: £211,385

Semi-detached: £157,537

Terraced: £140,153

Flat: £103,558

Change in last quarter: 8.3%

Change in last year: 4.3%

Sales: 303

:blink::blink::blink:

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Here's my local area

Caerphilly

Average Cost: £110,754

* Detached: £190,010

* Semi-detached: £102,801

* Terraced: £86,164

* Flat: £82,651

* Change in last quarter: -8.7%

* Change in last year: -15.7%

* Sales: 213

I must say that asking prices bear no resemblance to these figures

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Oldham

* Average Cost: £116,235

* Detached: £228,103

* Semi-detached: £129,236

* Terraced: £90,765

* Flat: £120,985

* Change in last quarter: -11.5%

* Change in last year: -10.5%

* Sales: 310

Still mad prices.

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Windsor And Maidenhead

Average Cost: £434,010

Detached: £676,666

Semi-detached: £300,797

Terraced: £274,647

Flat: £259,964

Change in last quarter: +4.3%

Change in last year: +9%

Sales: 199

Seems like Maidenhead is firmly inside the London bubble, which has yet to burst with an almighty bang...

...but it will.

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Midlothian

* Average Cost: 173,931

* Detached: N/A

* Semi-detached: N/A

* Terraced: N/A

* Flat: N/A

* Change in last quarter: 0.2%

* Change in last year: 3.1%

* Sales: 370

I just dont get it. Volumes are really low but houses around me that have gone up are not shifting. Just on the outskirts of Edinburgh i wonder why we havent been hit too. Maybe a ripple with the epicenter in Edinburgh perhaps.

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