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Having STR'd last October and moved away from the area I keep an eye on what's going on in Ashford in Kent.

Just noticed the latest Land Registry figures are now on the BBC.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...s/html/29ub.stm

What's odd is that on the headline figure Ashford is up 5.8%

However looking at the individual figures for each property type all of them are down on the quarter.

So how can all types of property be down but the overall figures still be up, and not only up but up by 5.8%.

Seems to me that this can only happen if transaction levels are down at the bottom end of the market.

I think this shows how the current figures we are seeing are not really repesentative of the actual situation.

Edited by gilf

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