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House prices in the North East of England fell by 8.8% in the year to July, as figures show that every region of England and Wales, except London, experienced an annual drop.

Prices in London have increased by 1.3% since July 2010, according to the figures from the Land Registry.

Overall, the value of flats and maisonettes dropped most sharply.

The average home in England and Wales cost £163,049 in July, up by 1.3% in the month but 2.1% down on a year ago.

"This is the largest monthly movement since January 2010," the Land Registry said.

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So why are they reporting in this way?

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Front of the business page -- LINK

Article -- link

House prices in the North East of England fell by 8.8% in the year to July, as figures show that every region of England and Wales, except London, experienced an annual drop.

Prices in London have increased by 1.3% since July 2010, according to the figures from the Land Registry.

Overall, the value of flats and maisonettes dropped most sharply.

The average home in England and Wales cost £163,049 in July, up by 1.3% in the month but 2.1% down on a year ago.

"This is the largest monthly movement since January 2010," the Land Registry said.

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So why are they reporting in this way?

They've all sold their houses in London and want a massive HPC so they can buy up all the rich people's houses in Manchester

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They publish 56.5 Bullish house price articles for every bearish one.

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someone needs to tell them that Manchester isn't in the North East

It's outside the M25, and there's no tube! :blink:

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  • 276 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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