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I can't believe what I am seeing here.

If this is true it seems this area is really on the way down.

I don't know how this data is collected though. Could there be another explanation ....any comments would be welcome

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...nge_since_1995/

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...es/price_trend/

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Wasn't Altrincham supposed to have become the most expensive place in the country measured in terms of percentage price change?

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I can't believe what I am seeing here.

If this is true it seems this area is really on the way down.

I don't know how this data is collected though. Could there be another explanation ....any comments would be welcome

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...nge_since_1995/

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...es/price_trend/

Looks like it but I don't understand the plotting on the graphs - are the points/inflections Land Reg quarterly figures?

I used to live there - it is a relatively affluent suburb of Cheshire/Manchester depending on your view. But prices are insane now. Someone I know has a house there that has gone up 4 times since '96. Madness. It will be hit but not as hard as some of the less desirable areas near it which have increased just as much.

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Even Leeds is going down!

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/lee...es/price_trend/

can't wait to see the results for Q3 when they come out... :)

...and a 5 year wait before prices fall to their historical average. Excellent.

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/shr...es/price_trend/

Oh dear. Shrewsbury's prices continue to soar. And why am I moving there ? I forget.

Edited by Baz63

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Thankyou 2005. I've bookmarked this site. In my area they've dropped from 148,000 to 118000. Is this too good to be true? :D

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I can't believe what I am seeing here.

If this is true it seems this area is really on the way down.

I don't know how this data is collected though. Could there be another explanation ....any comments would be welcome

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...nge_since_1995/

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...es/price_trend/

The ass has fallen out of the market here - the higher priced houses are not selling (despite "Apollo1966s" rantings).

This could account for the drop in average values. More smaller terraces selling which is prob dropping the "average price. Nobody is paying anything above 249k (tax threshold) for average houses.

There are houses in Sale Altrincham and Timperley that have been sitting on the market since April 2004.

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Is this site listed as one of the links from HPC?

If not I think it deserves wider recognition by other HPCers. Can it be sticky for while or can someone open a fresh thread on what this site is and how it works.

It is a fantastic resource. Am I right in thinking the data is frequently updated (eg daily/weekly) if the sale data includes post code and less frequently (monthly/quarterly?) if it doesn't. Anyone know?

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I can't believe what I am seeing here.

If this is true it seems this area is really on the way down.

I don't know how this data is collected though. Could there be another explanation ....any comments would be welcome

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...nge_since_1995/

http://www.proviser.com/regional/towns/alt...es/price_trend/

The effect comes from the larger properties, with there being a huge spike in the data for detached properties that could be caused by one or two very large sales. Terraces and Flats/maisonettes show a lot less evidence of a crash. Terraces especially seem to be just steaming on up. £200K+ for a terrace? Mental!

If you look at the chart for the whole of Manchester it shows everything except terraces have either plateaued or rolled over. So what is it about terraces that it such a big deal? You can still get a Manchester terrace for £90K :lol::lol::lol: Don't get killed in the rush now! :lol::lol:

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Typical...my town's (St Neots) not on there, yet Camborne which isn't even a proper town, is!!! Grrrr! :angry: (ooops...that's Camborne in Cornwall...not "Cambourne" in Cambridgeshire!!! D'oh)

Had a look at some of the towns in this area, and none of them have dropped a huge amount, if at all.... :(

Edited by Bored Train Driver

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It looks as though in many areas there was a sharp drop early in 2005 but it looks as though prices started going up again. e.g watford and

wokingham

Can anyone explain this? I hope this upward "trend" isn't going to continue and cancel out the drops!!!!!??? :(:(

Edited by FedupTeddiBear

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But some of these graphs are making me a bit worried... Look at London!

Looks like its going up again. :angry: :huh:

Just when I was getting all hopeful.

Perhaps across the whole city - but areas near me SW11 (Battersea) and SW12 (Balham) are nicely down...

http://www.proviser.com/regional/postcodes...es/price_trend/

http://www.proviser.com/regional/postcodes...rend/index.html

Edited by Tempest

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