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That document bears out what I have been seeing over the last 18 months.

People paying silly money for houses between 500K and 700K...everything else dropping.

Sales volumes still at historic lows.

I guess a lot of people are going to loose their deposits!!!!

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Oh to be in Oldham!! Rochdale performed really well for the nation too.

I thought the areas around Manchester would be going up due to the trickle out effect from the BBC move? Or are those areas too far out to be affected by the BBC luvvies? Or maybe all the suckers have already been pulled in and the downward momentum is gathering pace? (I am fnot from that area nor is my geography any good so please forgive me if this makes no sense!!)

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Oh to be in Oldham!! Rochdale performed really well for the nation too.

I thought the areas around Manchester would be going up due to the trickle out effect from the BBC move? Or are those areas too far out to be affected by the BBC luvvies? Or maybe all the suckers have already been pulled in and the downward momentum is gathering pace? (I am fnot from that area nor is my geography any good so please forgive me if this makes no sense!!)

Around Manchester you have got far better areas already offering affordability, without the need to gentrify ghettos like Rochdale and Odham.

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The coloured map dramatically captures the current north-south HPC divide.

(any one with more time than I care to post it?)

Edited by rantnrave

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  • 243 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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