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Nationwide House Price Predictions.

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Bringing seasonal cheer to the masses and a boost to the economy...... +0.3!

probably about right given the figures will be biased towards high earners and higher priced properties.

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I've never understood the attraction of threads like this

WTF difference does it make how 10 people "guess" the figure.

You'll know the real number tomorrow.

tim

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I've never understood the attraction of threads like this

WTF difference does it make how 10 people "guess" the figure.

You'll know the real number tomorrow.

tim

Oh go on - don't be such a grinch!

FWIW, -1.3% and cold weather will obviously be blamed....

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I've never understood the attraction of threads like this

WTF difference does it make how 10 people "guess" the figure.

You'll know the real number tomorrow.

tim

you never felt and shook your christmas presents trying guess what they were? I think it's called anticipation.

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Why not simply ask......?

Header: Press Releases

Date issued: 23 Dec 2010

NATIONWIDE BUILDING SOCIETY – DECEMBER 2010 HOUSE PRICE INDEX

Nationwide Building Society's Monthly House Price Index and Quarterly Regional House Price Index will be issued at 7.00 AM on Friday 31st December 2010.

Requests for interviews (in person or via ISDN and Live Link) should be directed to:

Before 25th December 2010: Paul Beadle, tel. 01793 655189

29th December 2010 onwards: Evelyn Turpin, tel. 01793 656215

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/mediacentre/PressRelease_this.asp?ID=1657

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I've never understood the attraction of threads like this

WTF difference does it make how 10 people "guess" the figure.

You'll know the real number tomorrow.

tim

I agree with you, tim123.

At the end of the day, Nationwide is pricing it's own book. Lenders make the market, because they're the biggest buyers (the borrowers are merely their avenue to a margin). There's not alot of competition about, since the foreign lenders basically pulled out - so they can control it, to some extent, while the BoE purposefully plays the game in their favour with a low interest rate environment. That, though, will change as our friends in the bond markets finally call the bluff and time on the UK's conceit.

Believe me, I don't blame people here for working threads like this, when, in many cases they only want a stake which is being denied them. Endless duplicity, expediance, double standards and rigging by Government (chiefly) has given rise to a recipe for the perfect storm in an island with little to give. Exploitative economic and social division is pretty well all it knows.

But, still, Nationwide's index will probably be down when it's released. And this is a long slow train of (established) decline. It will probably take years and years.

No harm in hope, though.

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