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Halifax Hpi September 2010 -3.6%!

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Check FF link, this must be a mistake?

Must be. That would be a crash of epic proportions. Must be a mistake as the press release isn't even on the website.

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Must be. That would be a crash of epic proportions. Must be a mistake as the press release isn't even on the website.

WTF is that right just checked forex and its says down 3.6%

Can anyone verify this, no case of fat fingers

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Must be. That would be a crash of epic proportions. Must be a mistake as the press release isn't even on the website.

FF do get the numbers before the actual report goes online. Hope this is right!

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WTF exactly! must be a typo :)

Official release

Commenting, Martin Ellis, housing economist, said:

"Looking at quarterly figures - a better measure of the underlying trend, house prices in the third quarter of 2010 were 0.9% lower than in the second quarter of 2010. This rate of decline is significantly slower than the quarterly changes of between -5% and -6% that were seen in the second half of 2008. It is therefore far too early to conclude that September's monthly 3.6% fall is the beginning of a sustained period of declining house prices.

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From the report!

"September's monthly 3.6% fall is the beginning of a sustained period of declining house prices."

I am speechless.

Edited by Confounded

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If you read the Lloyds PDF it is such a load of VI ********, completely glossing over the massive fall and talking about softening over the quater etc.

What a load of shite.

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OMG this is mental. This is going to be a huge story today plus with the pension reforms.

Is this the biggest fall in decades?

It's the LARGEST MONTHLY DECLINE EVER! Or at least since this index began in 1983.

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From the report!

"September's monthly 3.6% fall is the beginning of a sustained period of declining house prices."

I am speechless.

Read it more carefully.....

It is

therefore far too early to conclude that September's monthly 3.6% fall is the beginning of a sustained

period of declining house prices.

Tossers!

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It's the LARGEST MONTHLY DECLINE EVER! Or at least since this index began in 1983.

Isn't September one of the best months for house buying? :rolleyes:

edit: at lower prices obviously :D

Edited by dustbinlidsid

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I think we should wait for confirmation be before jizzing ourselves. I honestly can't see this being correct.

Too late! :blink:

Also, from the Beeb...

LATEST:UK house prices decreased by 3.6% during September, the Halifax says

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Read it more carefully.....

It is

therefore far too early to conclude that September's monthly 3.6% fall is the beginning of a sustained

period of declining house prices.

Tossers!

Oops lets hope the Newspapers are as selected with their quotes as I was. A genuine error on my part but either way 3.6% is incredible.

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