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I was listening to tay fm this morning, and they where touting latest house price figures from ROS, which i found to be ros.gov.uk for free house prices, haven’t come across the site before but seems interesting.

Anyway, Tay FM reported that the house prices in Dundee had risen by around 9. something percent and all other areas fife, angus, and Perth reporting the highest falls. I found this hard to believe hence googling this ROS site. Which has a very nice interactive chart http://www.ros.gov.uk/public/news/press_release_flash/28day.html this shows something completely different to that i heard on the radio...

Maybe i picked them up wrong.

Having been monitoring tspc website off and on the prices are still slowly coming down I feel and i hope to buy this year, as rental prices in Dundee seem to be a lot higher than outlying areas.

Stoo.

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I was listening to tay fm this morning, and they where touting latest house price figures from ROS, which i found to be ros.gov.uk for free house prices, haven’t come across the site before but seems interesting.

Anyway, Tay FM reported that the house prices in Dundee had risen by around 9. something percent and all other areas fife, angus, and Perth reporting the highest falls. I found this hard to believe hence googling this ROS site. Which has a very nice interactive chart http://www.ros.gov.uk/public/news/press_release_flash/28day.html this shows something completely different to that i heard on the radio...

Maybe i picked them up wrong.

Having been monitoring tspc website off and on the prices are still slowly coming down I feel and i hope to buy this year, as rental prices in Dundee seem to be a lot higher than outlying areas.

Stoo.

I don't listen to Tay FM, but I think you/they are getting volumes mixed up with prices. 52-week annual change in sales volume is +9.4%, annual prices change +0.1% (or £75 in real money!).

Good luck with your search, but I'd suggest you wait until the end of the year before you seriously start to look. The new student flats seem to have knocked rental prices down a little, and I can see a lot of landlords starting to hurt soon.

Alternatively, if you fancy losing a few grand, you could always 'snap up' one of flats they're trying to flog in Gellatly street!

Edited by AThirdWay

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