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Must be good figures then, else they would have delayed until next week.

When you say 'good', are you using that word in the sense that the vast majority of people in this country do when it comes to house prices?

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When you say 'good', are you using that word in the sense that the vast majority of people in this country do when it comes to house prices?

Yeah is that good meaning good or good meaning bad which is actually good?

My prediction 0.1%

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Last month these guys treated us to 0.8% up (seasonally adjusted from a fall, naturally). Since then, the latest Land Reg has been up and the Nationwide data too. Would be good to break that pattern at least :(

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Last month these guys treated us to 0.8% up (seasonally adjusted from a fall, naturally). Since then, the latest Land Reg has been up and the Nationwide data too. Would be good to break that pattern at least :(

Im going all out for a hopeful -1 % seasonally adjusted up for -5%

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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I am wondering who will be first to post the number? The countdown is usually more thrilling than the actual news.

I'll go for a +0.3% as they will want to reassure the sheeple that the bubble is in tact and FTBs STILL can't afford to buy owt.

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I've just had a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow, seasonally adjusted it is going to be a good day for sunbathing. B)

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I predict that for anything less than a 2% drop, someone will claim: we'll only see gradual falls/we'll only see nominal falls/they won't let prices drop*

*delete as applicable

:lol:

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-0.6% predicted.

It wil be positive - even if they have to ******** the figures to only include million pound properties - there is too much politically going on it.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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