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Here's some info I know for a standard three bedroom semi-detached, two downstairs and a small kitchen, some off-road parking (private land) and a small rear garden:

01/99 £78,000 (New Build)

08/02 £120,000

08/07 £180,000 (Marketed but not sold)

Nationwide seems to fit the prices/changes quite well but the land registry and Halifax seem to be somewhat off for the data above.

Which of the indices tends to be the most realiable AND if the property above was for sale today what sort of price would you expect? (It's not for sale at present so I can't declare a winner!)

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