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So we have various indices all reporting pretty much flat prices over the last 12 months, and yet if you look at Zoopla they're reporting significantly different figures.

Take Northamptonshire for example, the Land Registry shows a -2.2% change in prices over the last 12 months.

Zoopla however reckons is -10.5%

Now, as much as I'd like to agree with Zoopla, it does seem to fly in the face of better known indices.

Thoughts ?

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According to them I've saved 20k by not buying last year. And that's in London.

SE24 seems to be having a nice little mini crash at the mo. Lots of much better value properties on recently.

Look at these rightmove stats and flick it over to just flats. Lots on recently, 2 year high at least.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices-in-my-area/marketTrendsTotalAvailableListingsAndNew.html?searchLocation=SE24

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Personally I wouldn't take a blind bit of notice of the individual property estimates. It reckons our 4-bed is worth less than the 3-bed two doors away!

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Zoopla Market Overview?

Newcastle down 7.75% according to Zoopla compared to 5.2% according to LR.

Zoopla average price for Newcastle is 162k...compared to 117k from LR... :blink:

Edited by Mr 0.01%

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