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Halifax Q1 2013 Regional Hpi

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Spreadsheet here:

www.lloydsbankinggroup.com/media/excel/2013/250413RegionalHistoricalHousePriceData.xls

Y-o-Y (nsa), Q-o-Q (sa), (all %):

Uppies:

Scot. +9.3, -0.1

North +7.9, +8.3

SE +5.1, +4.3

Gr. Lon +4.3, +2.8

Wales +1.8, +1.7

Doonies:

NW -0.7, +2.5

W.Mid -1.6, +0.4

E.Mid -2.0, +1.7

Yorks&Humber -2.1, +3.0

SW -3.0, -3.5

E.Anglia -3.1, +0.3

N.I. -6, -2.7

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UK +1.1, +1.2

Quite a lot of Q-o-Q risers, the y-o-y rises seen in Scotland and the norf eclipse the SE/London, despite the press coverage of the latter.

Pick the bones outta that lot. The recent Nationwide release covering the same period can be found here:

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/hpi/historical/Q1_2013.pdf

Nationwide's q-o-q (sa) numbers:

Northern Ireland4.4%

London2.8%

Wales1.9%

Outer Metropolitan1.4%

East Anglia1.0%

East Midlands0.9%

Yorks & Humberside0.8%

Outer South East0.7%

West Midlands0.7%

South West 0.6%

North 0.0%

North West -0.5%

Scotland -1.4%

UK 0.8%

Some wild divergences between the surveys(North, N.I.), although with some good agreement too. Perhaps more a reflection of low transaction numbers.

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So according to one sunny jockland is the highest riser - but the other its the biggest faller.

That really says it all.

Propertybee is a far better indicator imo.

In the last few years i don't think i have even seen one upward price change in any of my searches in Edinburgh.

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So according to one sunny jockland is the highest riser - but the other its the biggest faller.

That really says it all.

Propertybee is a far better indicator imo.

In the last few years i don't think i have even seen one upward price change in any of my searches in Edinburgh.

Halifax number for comparison with the Nationwide is located in the second column, so it's not quite as bad as that, if not in agreement. I ought to have organised the columns on the second number but I added the NW stuff as an afterthought.

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