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Examples ...

I am sure there are others that buck the trend, but some examples ...

1. Bid detached - Last June ... 600K, now 529k

2. Beginning of year 2 bed detached 200k now 155k ... offers in excess of

3. Big Bungalow - Past 2 years 500k, gradually came down bit by bit ... now 350k and offers in excess

4. Semi with 6 acres ... Last year sold for 500k, last 6 months on for 475k

5. Exec detached types - June 04 260k, now hovering around 230k ... and not selling

6. Big detached - June 04 sold for 500k, back on for 500k 6 months later - now 480k

Also noted that houses going on market, then quite quickly (4 weeks or so) coming down by 5k and so on. Whereas over the past few years they would go on at high price and remain on.

In paper noted many are reduced and with no chain - people are still living in them so presuamably when they get a sale they'll leave.

So, from my pov, they are goin down.

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