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I caught an article in the metro the other day that stated the average house price was 195k :o

I'm wondering now if this will go up to 200k before a price correction.

a few questions to the gurus here...

1. Any thoughts on whether or not HPs will go up to 200k? What do you think would be the effect of all those big headlines we would get of they did?

2. Am I going nuts, or was the average house price 100k about 5 years ago?

3. On that note does anyone have an average house price graph covering the last 10 years or so?

Cheers :rolleyes:

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I caught an article in the metro the other day that stated the average house price was 195k  :o

I'm wondering now if this will go up to 200k before a price correction.

a few questions to the gurus here...

1. Any thoughts on whether or not HPs will go up to 200k? What do you think would be the effect of all those big headlines we would get of they did?

2. Am I going nuts, or was the average house price 100k about 5 years ago?

3. On that note does anyone have an average house price graph covering the last 10 years or so?

Cheers  :rolleyes:

There are no gurus here. Only people.

VP

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I caught an article in the metro the other day that stated the average house price was 195k  :o

I'm wondering now if this will go up to 200k before a price correction.

a few questions to the gurus here...

1. Any thoughts on whether or not HPs will go up to 200k? What do you think would be the effect of all those big headlines we would get of they did?

2. Am I going nuts, or was the average house price 100k about 5 years ago?

3. On that note does anyone have an average house price graph covering the last 10 years or so?

Cheers  :rolleyes:

Come on NDI you know better than that...

When volume falls through the floor average prices get wildly distorted.

If FTB'rs have deserted the market then the only stuff _selling_ is the STC crap further on up.

If you sell one house at 1 million and 2 at 100,000 then the average price is 400,000.

Plus not only that its all just BS anyways :)

EDITED:

Oh and dont forget that any FTB'r property that does sell has to be very much better than the competition.

Edited by theChuz

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I caught an article in the metro the other day that stated the average house price was 195k  :o

I'm wondering now if this will go up to 200k before a price correction.

a few questions to the gurus here...

1. Any thoughts on whether or not HPs will go up to 200k? What do you think would be the effect of all those big headlines we would get of they did?

2. Am I going nuts, or was the average house price 100k about 5 years ago?

3. On that note does anyone have an average house price graph covering the last 10 years or so?

Cheers  :rolleyes:

We are in the depths of madness. :(

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