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Drop-off in house prices highest in Midlands Oct 24 2005

House prices nationally have fallen for the sixteenth consecutive month - with the drop-off in the Midlands among the highest.

The Hometrack October survey of the national housing market reported a further fall of 0.1 per cent.

The study found the areas with the worst price falls were the West Midlands, 0.3 per cent; Wiltshire 0.5 per cent; South Yorkshire 0.3 per cent, and Nottinghamshire, 0.3 per cent.

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Drop-off in house prices highest in Midlands Oct 24 2005

House prices nationally have fallen for the sixteenth consecutive month - with the drop-off in the Midlands among the highest.

The Hometrack October survey of the national housing market reported a further fall of 0.1 per cent.

The study found the areas with the worst price falls were the West Midlands, 0.3 per cent; Wiltshire 0.5 per cent; South Yorkshire 0.3 per cent, and Nottinghamshire, 0.3 per cent.

Aha, so we're finally going -ve in the North. That should really start to kick into the National average soon.

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Aha, so we're finally going -ve in the North. That should really start to kick into the National average soon.

I always thought that the north was...well anything above the Midlands as in Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Stafford etc. That's why it is called the Midlands. Or has the North/South devide become lower on the map

Edit: Ah ha...you obviously meant Yorkshire. My apologies I read it too fast.

Hmmnn, I wonder Lancashire next then eh?

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