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House Price Indices All Agree

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If you look at the HPC home page, and the summaries of the latest figures, there's a startling level of agreement at present -- or at least, there will be once Nationwide's new figure is added. All but three of the seven indices are between 2.8% and 3.3% Y-o-Y change. Land Registry is a bit higher, but it's known to lag well behind other indicators, as its latest figures relate to quarter 2. Rightmove is a bit lower, which is odd, as it suggests that sale prices as a proportion of asking prices have gone up over the past year. And Hometrack is well out of line, as it has been all year, and can safely be ignored -- there's clearly something dodgy in their methodology.

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