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Anecdotal but I keep tabs on york with PB, the graph shows the number available for sale in York in the £70-170k with 2 or more beds (houses only), can only bode well for next years HPI :lol: if the country looks much the same when the graph over last winter looked like there wasn't nearly as much pent up supply. Somethings gotta give and I can't see it being the buyers.

What are the views of others with a graph like this. Does anyone else have similar data?

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Anecdotal but I keep tabs on york with PB, the graph shows the number available for sale in York in the £70-170k with 2 or more beds (houses only), can only bode well for next years HPI :lol: if the country looks much the same when the graph over last winter looked like there wasn't nearly as much pent up supply. Somethings gotta give and I can't see it being the buyers.

What are the views of others with a graph like this. Does anyone else have similar data?

Interesting graph - once the sellers come-a-flocking for the 'spring bounce' there will be some hefty supply by the looks of it. Still, no shortage of willing buyers I'm sure as money is easy to get and property only ever goes up :P

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