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13.5% Rise In Uk Holiday Appt Between 2011 And 2012...

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I posted this on the Yorks board but thought it deserved a wider audience....

I just checked the prices of the place we stayed at in Whitby July in the school hols. It was a fairly steep (for Yorks) £550 inc booking fee (2 bed appt West Cliff). The price for July next year is £620 - an increase of about 13.5%. I won't be booking it again out of principle, and the fact that for a few hundred extra we could go somewhere where the sun does shine.

The Whitby appt comes in at £88 per night, we are going to a 3 to 4* appt in Cyprus next May that's £55 per night, on a B&B basis to boot (E840 for 14 nights).

I hope the greedy BTLers aren't pricing the UK out of the market.

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I posted this on the Yorks board but thought it deserved a wider audience....

I just checked the prices of the place we stayed at in Whitby July in the school hols. It was a fairly steep (for Yorks) £550 inc booking fee (2 bed appt West Cliff). The price for July next year is £620 - an increase of about 13.5%. I won't be booking it again out of principle, and the fact that for a few hundred extra we could go somewhere where the sun does shine.

The Whitby appt comes in at £88 per night, we are going to a 3 to 4* appt in Cyprus next May that's £55 per night, on a B&B basis to boot (E840 for 14 nights).

I hope the greedy BTLers aren't pricing the UK out of the market.

This is probably a better gauge of how well the economy is doing than shop sales, which are always going to be hit by internet growth. It could be the economy is doing better than we realise?

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  • 330 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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