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"MERSEYSIDE experienced the UK's second-biggest house price fall during September, Hometrack figures revealed yesterday.

The average cost of a home in the region dropped to £90,200, 0.6% less than in August and down from a peak of £91,700 in January."

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good edwardian houses in liverpool, but not too many takers on employers moving into area.

its got not much of a port anymore, so in effect its a DEAD END.

until cruises can embark from liverpool in a big way i dont see that changing.

id like to see a cruise service/docking/boarding facility and tax breaks for shipping companies.

new transatlantic routes from virgin and overnight car ferry services to france direct from liverpool.

and a ban on perming solution.

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