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Wales Rises 3.1% During July

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Well its here folks, monthly change for Wales +3.1%.

Annual rate of change -8.3%.

LR Report

Swansea up

Cardiff up

VOG up

Flintshire up

Gwynedd up

Neath Port Talbot Down

Gwent Down

Merthyr Down

Carmarthenshire Down

Expected a rise at this time of year - the fact that it is much higher than England and Wales average suggests low volumes in the dataset though

There must be some really low volumes in Merthyr and Neath Port Talbot, I can't believe they have genuinely dropped 7.4% and 5.8% in a month respectively on normal volumes

In fact most of the sales must have been in Conwy as it's the only county with an increase of more than 1.7%!

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Very small rise in Swansea. Only +0.6%.

Interesting that the average house price in Swansea is £109,544.

http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/lib...ts/hpi_0908.pdf

Not too worrying really. Lots of areas in Wales are listed as having significantly negative figures.

Would be interested to see the number of sales.

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Very small rise in Swansea. Only +0.6%.

Interesting that the average house price in Swansea is £109,544.

http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/lib...ts/hpi_0908.pdf

Not too worrying really. Lots of areas in Wales are listed as having significantly negative figures.

Would be interested to see the number of sales.

Prices have stagnated of late, that is apparent, in Swansea at least.

Anecdotal - 2 houses I went to see in April in the Killay area have now been sold as per August Land Registry. They'd been on the market for at least 12-18months before that - at around the low £400k mark, gradually dropping. They both sold for £300k-ish. Nice houses too.

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