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http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/lib...pi-june2009.pdf

I've struggled to access the land registry reports but now viewing them I'm shocked at the volume drops (page 12 pdf). London is down there at 4K sales a month compared to boom times at a guess 12K a month in the boom times. I understand from Spline's website that these Land reg figures do lag. To get the volumes up it's expanding credit and or falling prices. An illiquid housing market.

Is this typically what happens under an intervention ? (market shutting down)

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http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/lib...pi-june2009.pdf

Is this typically what happens under an intervention ? (market shutting down)

You would think if the sheeple actualy believed that the government could stop house prices falling then they would pile all their cash in.... they haven't? So they don't believe it, we don't, in fact nobody does.

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http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/lib...pi-june2009.pdf

I've struggled to access the land registry reports but now viewing them

Hi , does that mean you were unable to view the Pdf files ?

If so , how did you finally managed to view them ?

With last months LR report (above) I keep getting "There was an error opening this document . The file is damaged and could not be repaired."

Normally I don't get a problem with them .

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This is the graph. Look at the difference between SA and NSA!

As far as volume goes, the LR is still reporting a spring bounce - not even a bull trap.

Although LR does lag, so let's give it a few months...

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that is a horrendous looking graph. as jim the realtor says 'price fixes everything' oh and timm ,thanks for psoting the graph.nice.where can you access these on a regular basis?

They are available in the monthly reports, as posted in the OP.

If you are struggling to open this one, I'm guessing maybe it is because they are using a new version of Acrobat, and your version is out of date?

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oh and timm ,thanks for psoting the graph.nice.where can you access these on a regular basis?

The above website, however the Land Registry is three months behind (because it takes three months to collect the data), the two graphs below show a more recent picture:

Delay of 2 months

trans_550x350_2000-2009_100.png

Delay of 1 month

mapprov_550x350_2000-2009_100.png

Data is from here

http://www.houseprices.uk.net/articles/pro...y_transactions/

The figures are now picking up, and the Land Registry Volumes will start to improve over the next two months (as these sales have already taken place and are just waiting to be added to the LR dataset)

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You would think if the sheeple actualy believed that the government could stop house prices falling then they would pile all their cash in.... they haven't? So they don't believe it, we don't, in fact nobody does.

No they believe it alright, it is all the majority know and have been brainwashed on TV with.

It is more the banks that are putting people off with realistic mortgage offers etc and/or people are that broke that they cannot afford to buy now with LTVs being as they are at present.

Most people i know would and/are (to a small extent) think everything is ok.

Something when yuo look at transaction figures and property bee the market was and still is sinking screw Haliwide figs i have not seen one rise in a sample of circa 350 properties in the last 3 or 4 months.......in a nice, sought after area.

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You would think if the sheeple actualy believed that the government could stop house prices falling then they would pile all their cash in.... they haven't? So they don't believe it, we don't, in fact nobody does.

I disagree with your analysis.

I think that the sheeple do believe it.

The reason that they haven't piled in with their cash is because 99% of them don't have enough cash to "pile in" with. It's because the bank's wont lend them 100% mortgages that they aren't buying in droves.

IME there is still the underyling expectation amoungst the masses that house prices are going to sky rocket again each year and that you have to get on the ladder at any cost. (So this is the reason that they aren't falling as much as they should.)

tim

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