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Interesting to see such large drops in an estate agent survey. Maybe they have finally realised that they need to lower peoples price expectations. Sales volumes will only increase significantly when house prices are lowered.

Next leg down for house prices!

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Interesting to see such large drops in an estate agent survey. Maybe they have finally realised that they need to lower peoples price expectations. Sales volumes will only increase significantly when house prices are lowered.

Next leg down for house prices!

Completely agree ... ppl will only pay what they feel it is value for money.

I think we are getting there but still a way to go.

Encouraging signs ...

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Just seen the BBC news report with the UUJ representative. I am disappointed to hear that they hope prices go up, and that this quarter is just a 'blip', all caused by lack of confidence due to possible negative inputs (I guess they assume there will be no cuts or interest rate rises).

I had previously thought they were just analysts rather than VIs.

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Just seen the BBC news report with the UUJ representative ...

I had previously thought they were just analysts rather than VIs.

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You have to laugh at these silly reports. How can they possibly compile these seriously when there's no volume? Thus, I would question the validity of some of their figures. Where I live, Craigavon, they state that the average house price is now £146,000 which is completely crackers because that would buy you a very nice detached house in the countryside with a decent plot of land. If it was truly the average price, it'd only get you a decent semi-detached in decent area.

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You have to laugh at these silly reports. How can they possibly compile these seriously when there's no volume? Thus, I would question the validity of some of their figures. Where I live, Craigavon, they state that the average house price is now £146,000 which is completely crackers because that would buy you a very nice detached house in the countryside with a decent plot of land. If it was truly the average price, it'd only get you a decent semi-detached in decent area.

Word of advice NuBrit, no one admits to living in Craigavon, its either Greater Lurgan or Greater Portadown.

As a resident myself however, I have to say this report brought a tear to my eye. The last Qtr report showed the average price at £138,000 ( I think).

So we've had a 5.8% increase in the last 3 months.

I'm living in a property hotspot!!

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Curious that a leading property figure would be trying to offload his £2.4m house in a falling market http://www.propertynews.com/brochure.php?r=1&c=558&s=114848809&i=1&p=ECSECS22642&fp=1&sort=h2l

PJ, just wondering - would the Estate Agents Act 1979 (Section 21) require a declaration of interest with this listing?

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