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Now including sold data for May (warning - this is an initial figure which is likely to be significantly added to in later months!).

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If you look at SA3 you see that the number of houses sold fell dramatically but the average price sold up due to 3 expensive houses selling.

To be frank, this data is kind of meaningless until all the properties sold in May go through the Land Registry and we know exactly how many were sold, what prices, etc.

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If you look at SA3 you see that the number of houses sold fell dramatically but the average price sold up due to 3 expensive houses selling.

To be frank, this data is kind of meaningless until all the properties sold in May go through the Land Registry and we know exactly how many were sold, what prices, etc.

I agree I'd only use this to look at data at least 3 months behind. As it's just too incomplete to have any meaning before that.

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If you look at SA3 you see that the number of houses sold fell dramatically but the average price sold up due to 3 expensive houses selling.

To be frank, this data is kind of meaningless until all the properties sold in May go through the Land Registry and we know exactly how many were sold, what prices, etc.

Agreed. I've noticed that the only revise the figures upwards once though, the following month after the data is first published. Going by that, April's sold data is now complete. All the same, that's still a long way from where we are now .

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From the bottom of that page:

This material was last updated on 01 July 2011. It covers the period from 03 January 1995 to 25 August 2011.

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If they can't get a simple fact like the date range correct, I have little confidence in the actual content of the data.

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