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Breakfast

Enjoy!

Cheers. Are you booked for Tony Livesey 5 live tonight?

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Perhaps it is worth emailing Wake up to Money and asking them if they can interview someone else other than an estate agent about the housing market?

Me! me! Me! Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease.

Has the Forex forecast come up with the leaked numbers yet?

My bet is for at least -0.75%, maybe even a whole number drop again.

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Wake up to Money

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Breakfast

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Out at midnight? It's normally 7am isn't it.

Ohhh I see you're booked again. Shame I'll be at work by 6am. Hopefully be some good figures. Quarterly should be good :)

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Wake up to Money

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Breakfast

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So what are you suggesting, 'KB'?

Are we in for a treat? Are you featuring in any of them? Do you know something we mortals don't? ;)

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http://www.moneyextra.com/news/nationwide-reports-september-house-price-fall.html

Nationwide reports September house price fall
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Fionnuala Earley, Nationwide's Chief Economist, said:
"House prices fell by 1.7% in September

Lets hope for a little dejavu tomorrow as the above report came out on 3rd October, 2008.

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Wake up to Money

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Breakfast

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Past my bedtime I"m afraid...

I do remember being online and making breakfast at 7am when last month's Halifax figures were released... Is it definitely midnight?

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So you've recorded the session already. You must be on that privileged list of people under embargo. Clearly you're excited at the outcome. Over 1% drop?

my sauces tell me it is in the region of 138% fall for September

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my sauces tell me it is in the region of 138% fall for September

My tea leaves tell me that I won't be enough to put a spring in my step

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BBC expected to do major coverage tomorrow

A preview of that BBC coverage:

"House prices fell in September due to widespread fear of the coalition's programme of savage cuts.

Experts are hoping that the election of Ed Miliband as Labour leader will give a boost to the market."

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Wake up to Money

Today

Breakfast

Enjoy!

Thanks! And thanks for the good work for the HPCorrection cause.

By the way, I think we should say housing costs , instead of "house prices".

I think it would be intrinsically and immediately educational if we kept saying housing costs , instead of "house prices".

It makes it obvious that lower is better.

If you are going to give interviews tomorrow, please try housing costs!

All the best,

ToW

PS: And regarding the argument "High house prices are (somehow :blink: ) good for the economy", please see my sig. below, and think of Germany!

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This is it for me now; the next time Nationwide release a +ve MoM I'll buy a house

Hopefully this is around 2015 :D

Careful, it could be in a few hours ;)

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Wake up to Money

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Breakfast

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Aren't these asking prices, though?

I don't take too much notice of those. If people think they're going to have to take a hit, they're all too likely to price up a bit to take a/c of whatever they'll have to take off. Therefore can be misleading.

LR sold prices are the only ones really worth taking note of IMO. Do wish they came out a bit faster though - always 3+ months behind

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Aren't these asking prices, though?

I don't take too much notice of those. If people think they're going to have to take a hit, they're all too likely to price up a bit to take a/c of whatever they'll have to take off. Therefore can be misleading.

LR sold prices are the only ones really worth taking note of IMO. Do wish they came out a bit faster though - always 3+ months behind

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No, these are sold prices and they're much more up to date than the Land Registry figures.

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It may be 7am. I thought it was Midnight.

NB. I know nothing. Just giving heads up to hopefully some tasty treats 2mor.

Cynic mode:

Have N/W brought forward the release to midnight so that they can have lots of lovely "house price recovery surges on" type headlines based on 0.3% quarterly increase?

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It may be 7am. I thought it was Midnight.

NB. I know nothing. Just giving heads up to hopefully some tasty treats 2mor.

I assume they will run a piece if it's a nice negative figure. But maybe go with something else if it's uninteresting.

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I'll buy when average house prices hit 3x average incomes. I don't expect that will happen before 2015 at the very earliest.

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