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Guest Charlie The Tramp

Well I would say the detached are way out of kilter in comparison with the semis and terraced, likewise those flats have a long way to drop. I would hazard a guess that a detached in 2000 was around 150k

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Detached houses in Oxford can be huge. Not very easy to average.

Semis were around 140k in 2000 according to nethouseprices, athough there are also some very large semis in North Oxford.

-13.3% in one quarter - I like!!

Probably just a statistical anomaly though. There are plenty of houses over 1 million in the Oxford area - if a few of those fail to sell for asking it could throw the figures out a bit.

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Bridgnorth

Average Cost: £195,710

Detached: £279,902

Semi-detached: £181,192

Terraced: £142,014

Flat: £119,742

Change in last quarter: -6.2%

Change in last year: 1.2%

Sales: 154

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Shropshire

Average Cost: £181,942

Detached: £257,120

Semi-detached: £156,462

Terraced: £135,034

Flat: £111,435

Change in last quarter: 1.3%

Change in last year: 8.4%

Sales: 1035

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Staffordshire

Average Cost: £155,518

Detached: £240,090

Semi-detached: £131,864

Terraced: £110,647

Flat: £120,381

Change in last quarter: 0.2%

Change in last year: 6.6%

Sales: 2922

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