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Zoopla Shows 1% Drop In My Area

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Just got my quarterly Zoopla email and it shows a 0.97% drop over the last 3 months.

It has been showing an upward trend for ages.

I know one swallow does not make a summer but with all the cuts and tax rises that are yet to bite it's good enough for me to call the beginning of the Great HPC - Phase 2.

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With the greatest of respects, zoopla is a steaming pile, it could be a good sign but it is more likely to be a blip... Home.co.uk takes a bit more effort but at least you get a more accurate trend.

Edited by AteMoose

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With the greatest of respects, zoopla is a steaming pile, it could be a good sign but it is more likely to be a blip... Home.co.uk takes a bit more effort but at least you get a more accurate trend.

I used to like home.co.uk but there's something up with their data.

Yes it's 2 months lagging, but in my postcode, they're showing a huge increase in 1 month?!?! (DY8)

Mar 2010 Apr 2010 Change

Detached £225,000 £276,099 +23%

Semi £157,200 £223,090 +42%

Terraced £145,179 £182,667 +26%

Flat £116,158 £152,500 +31%

All £161,972 £228,318 +41%

Yes it's on thin volume but the graphs are mostly flat for the last 12 months as I'd expect, but shoot up in March and April.

Edited by deflation

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With the greatest of respects, zoopla is a steaming pile, it could be a good sign but it is more likely to be a blip... Home.co.uk takes a bit more effort but at least you get a more accurate trend.

Just looked at home.co.uk and it bears out the Zoopla findings. Using 2 and 3 bed figures or detached and semi figures still show a 1 to 2% drop since March. I didn't bother to look back at previous quarters to see if they were up or down.

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