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The only thing the LR is useful for is for seeing how prices are moving in your own area. Otherwise its pointless, because halifax and n/wide have already told us what is likely to happen.

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The only thing the LR is useful for is for seeing how prices are moving in your own area. Otherwise its pointless, because halifax and n/wide have already told us what is likely to happen.

Which is what?

Spiney.

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Next index: 11am on

28 September 2011.

July 2011: 261.4

(January 1995: 100)

Average price £163,049

Change Monthly +1.3%

Annual -2.1%

Cut and pasted from LR site.

Anyone want to have a guess at tomorrow mornings numbers?

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Next index: 11am on

28 September 2011.

July 2011: 261.4

(January 1995: 100)

Average price £163,049

Change Monthly +1.3%

Annual -2.1%

Cut and pasted from LR site.

Anyone want to have a guess at tomorrow mornings numbers?

Since this is www.housepricecrash.co.uk......I'll say up, 3%,

Hang opn..i've been saying lately that the housing market is back to 2008/2009 time rame. If this is the case we should see a -1.1% drop. Roll on tomorrow, B)

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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I'm feeling the need for some hard stats in our favour to counter the recent press b*llsh*t. Yes, Daily Express, I'm talking about you.

Yes indeed. LR is 'laggy' of course, by three months I believe, but it's hard stats:- no seasonal adjustment and selling price not asking price.

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Yes indeed. LR is 'laggy' of course, by three months I believe, but it's hard stats:- no seasonal adjustment and selling price not asking price.

It is seasonally adjusted.

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Yes, you are right.

land reg stats faq

I'm a big fan of seasonal adjustment tbh. Without it the monthly figures are meaningless. The housing Market is varies far to much be season.

Although the amount to applied and when can be questioned sometimes.

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Since I started the thread I will have a guess at -1.8 for Caerphilly Borough.

Nah, ystrad hospital is opening soon.....+10% according to my old man

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