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Moneyweek Wants Tales Of Housing Woe

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From this morning's moneyweek email:

- Interestingly, the only positive numbers on house prices are from those with a vested interest in the market rising. But even the Halifax showed that annual house price growth of 3% in the third quarter was still slower than in the second, when it came in at 3.7%. As Capital Economics says, “the housing market is still only in the early stages of what will prove to be a more protracted and substantial correction.”

- On the basis that anecdotal evidence currently seems more reliable than the stats, we’d be intrigued to hear your housing market stories. Anyone out there who managed to get more than their initial asking price in the past few months or so? Or anyone whose abode has been sitting on the market for more than a year despite slashing the asking price? Send us your tales of adventure in the UK housing market to johns@moneyweek.com.

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