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This page http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/indices-h...rack-london.php shows:

Jul 04 Av. Price: 250,200

Jul 05 Av. Price: 261,600, Annual YoY change: Down 5.09%

In which case prices have gone up, not down 5.09%

It also shows:

Aug 04 Av. Price 249,500

Sep 04 Av. Price: £271,800, Monthly change: Down 0.7%

In which case prices went up 8.9% not down 0.7%

:huh::huh::huh::huh:

So looks like somethings wrong, webmaster.

That or I am having a really bad day and will probably have to change my login out of embarassment!

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This page http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/indices-h...rack-london.php shows:

Jul 04 Av. Price: 250,200

Jul 05 Av. Price: 261,600, Annual YoY change: Down 5.09%

In which case prices have gone up, not down 5.09%

It also shows:

Aug 04 Av. Price 249,500

Sep 04 Av. Price: £271,800, Monthly change: Down 0.7%

In which case prices went up 8.9% not down 0.7%

:huh:  :huh:  :huh:  :huh:

So looks like somethings wrong, webmaster.

That or I am having a really bad day and will probably have to change my login out of embarassment!

IMPORTANT

If this data doesn't appear to be correct then here's Hometrack's reason for this:

"..... last autumn we “re-based” our numbers because of newly available census data. Because our data is a compilation of 8,000 reports from estate agents each month, we take their growth figures and weight them based on the number of properties in each area. When the census data (and other data) enables us to make a more accurate weighting of each report, we then revise our figures."

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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