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Please choose. I'll add a link to my signature. And revisit in September 2014. (I Promise!)

We won't worry about inflation adusted prices to keep it simple.

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

6th SEPTEMBER 09

ALL PROPERTIES: Click headings to re-order table AREA AV PRICE QUARTER ANNUAL SALES

Kensington And Chelsea £1,080,499 25.3% -16.8% 434

City Of Westminster £733,446 9.1% -0.1% 541

Camden £604,640 -8.6% -16.2% 432

Hammersmith And Fulham £482,150 -14.9% -16.6% 358

Wandsworth £443,519 7.5% -1.7% 854

Richmond Upon Thames £441,131 -8.7% -11.9% 514

City Of London £430,387 -5.5% 14.9% 31

Islington £393,225 -1.7% -9.7% 407

Barnet £379,206 -4.5% -5.0% 561

Haringey £339,888 5.4% -7.7% 338

Southwark £329,670 7.6% -0.8% 401

Ealing £320,260 -0.6% -4.2% 476

Brent £318,971 6.8% -3.9% 279

Tower Hamlets £317,094 2.4% -5.3% 458

Lambeth £314,577 -1.0% -7.4% 384

Merton £311,082 -20.8% -19.3% 444

Kingston Upon Thames £308,495 -0.4% -11.9% 379

Hounslow £288,731 -5.3% -9.7% 336

Harrow £286,517 3.3% -13.5% 360

Bromley £278,138 -8.1% -7.2% 734

Enfield £269,041 10.4% -3.5% 481

Hackney £262,961 -15.4% -23.5% 379

Redbridge £258,690 8.6% -10.5% 490

Hillingdon £248,566 1.9% -7.4% 537

Greenwich £247,988 2.7% -14.4% 332

Sutton £247,045 11.2% -10.5% 458

Lewisham £237,197 3.3% -7.6% 368

Havering £226,795 4% -10.2% 476

Croydon £223,615 -6.8% -13.2% 648

Waltham Forest £213,049 -0.4% -13.4% 353

Bexley £205,264 2.3% -7.0% 458

Newham £199,436 -6.0% -20.5% 275

Barking And Dagenham £161,044 -9.1% -17.6% 210

Edited by Pseudo Lord Sandwich

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Could we have a "don't care" option? Over 75% of people DON'T live in London.

And before you say that it affects all of us, London has always had it's own 'bubble' it seems, as far back as the 1980s.

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