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Acadametrics House Price Index - +0.2% In Sept


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http://www.acadametrics.co.uk/LSL%20Acad%20HPI%20News%20Release%20September%2010.pdf

Plenty of interesting stats in here even if you think the positive for september is wishful thinking.

Later on the north south divide is clearly illustrated with london, Oxfordshire, Berkshire all apparently booming counterbalanced by the north and wales with very, very steep declines.

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http://www.acadametrics.co.uk/LSL%20Acad%20HPI%20News%20Release%20September%2010.pdf

Plenty of interesting stats in here even if you think the positive for september is wishful thinking.

Later on the north south divide is clearly illustrated with london, Oxfordshire, Berkshire all apparently booming counterbalanced by the north and wales with very, very steep declines.

There will be big variations, but they will all go one way very shortly -DOWN

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For the average wage earner in London the price levels and price rises must be terrifying.

Almost pointless living there.

Most people doing average jobs must be on some sort of housing benefit and crammed in together, that is unless they've lived there for decades and bought when their property was actually affordable.

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For the average wage earner in London the price levels and price rises must be terrifying.

Almost pointless living there.

Most people doing average jobs must be on some sort of housing benefit and crammed in together, that is unless they've lived there for decades and bought when their property was actually affordable.

That's nothing new. What do you think Luton's for?

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