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Property millionaires see house prices slip
By Kate "Katheryn" Palmer
1 June 2011
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Even Britain's most affluent areas are suffering the downward national trend in house price movements, according to a 2011 property rich list.
Compiled by property website Zoopla.co.uk, the survey reveals the most exclusive areas in the UK.
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Nine out of the top ten most expensive neighbourhoods have seen average house prices fall over the past 12 months, with the only exception being Hampstead.

This is something no one should delight in as the misfortune is being brought on hard working property entrepreneurs. :( *

* :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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What was it the Wilson's said about property prices and doubling every seven years, oh yes that's it...

property values double every seven years.

doubt they were good teachers either.

:D

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What was it the Wilson's said about property prices and doubling every seven years, oh yes that's it...

property values double every seven years.

doubt they were good teachers either.

:D

Not in Northampton they don't the prices are the same as they were 7 years ago...my savings have magically gone up tho :P

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Not in Northampton they don't the prices are the same as they were 7 years ago...my savings have magically gone up tho :P

Please report to the VI re-edification camp for a brain washing refresh ;)

Now repeat after me - houses only ever go up :D

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]Britain now has 5,922 “million-pound streets”, with an average house price in seven figures[/b].

Absolute insanity.

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