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3. Details of officials who receive pre-release access to the DCLG House Price Index up to 24 hours

before release can be found at:

http://www.communities.gov.uk/documents/statistics/pdf/hpiprereleaseaccess.pdf :ph34r:

The next six release dates are:

• Tuesday 17 May 2011

• Tuesday 14 June 2011

• Tuesday 12 July 2011

• Tuesday 16 August 2011

• Tuesday 13 September 2011

• Tuesday 11 October 2011

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3. Details of officials who receive pre-release access to the DCLG House Price Index up to 24 hours

before release can be found at:

http://www.communities.gov.uk/documents/statistics/pdf/hpiprereleaseaccess.pdf :ph34r:

The next six release dates are:

• Tuesday 17 May 2011

• Tuesday 14 June 2011

• Tuesday 12 July 2011

• Tuesday 16 August 2011

• Tuesday 13 September 2011

• Tuesday 11 October 2011

Can't see this on the DCLG website. Anyone know where it can be found?

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In March UK house prices increased by 0.9 per cent over the year

and increased by 1.2 per cent over the month (seasonally adjusted).

• The average mix-adjusted UK house price was £205,565 (not

seasonally adjusted).

• Average house prices were 0.5 per cent lower over the quarter to

March, compared to a quarterly decrease of 0.4 per cent over the

quarter to December (seasonally adjusted).

• Average prices increased during the year in England (1.3 per cent)

but decreased in Scotland (-0.7 per cent), Wales (-2.5 per cent) and

Northern Ireland (-13.9 per cent)

• Prices paid by first time buyers were 0.3 per cent lower on average

than a year earlier and prices paid by former owner occupiers

increased by 1.4 per cent.

• Prices for new properties were 10.7 per cent higher on average than

a year earlier whilst prices for pre-owned dwellings increased by 0.2

per cent.

Note how the pre-owned houses are just +0.2% for the year. Take London (6-7%) out of that equation and you're talking losses across the board.

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Yep, that's YoY, MoM is quite different

"Over the month to March there were average price rises in six regions, ranging from 0.9 per cent in the East

to 2.4 per cent in London. There were average price falls in the other three regions, ranging from -0.1 per

cent in the South West to -2.2 per cent in the North East."

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Yep, that's YoY, MoM is quite different

"Over the month to March there were average price rises in six regions, ranging from 0.9 per cent in the East

to 2.4 per cent in London. There were average price falls in the other three regions, ranging from -0.1 per

cent in the South West to -2.2 per cent in the North East."

It is MoM. YoY is 0.9%

In March UK house prices increased by 0.9 per cent over the year

and increased by 1.2 per cent over the month

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But according to dclg they are not falling? Up yoy and a hefty rise mom. Maybe negative QoQ but that's it! The BBC is ridiculous.

at some point it will become policy that allowing the house prices to crash is a "GOOD THING" i can't wait to see the change in tone at the beeb, how i'll laugh

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