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Ave Home Costs £186,000 As Prices Pick Up

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Quote" House prices are beginning to recover, Government figures revealed yesterday.

According to the Office of the Deputy primemMinister (ODPM), house price inflation for the year to the end of September reached 3.3% up from 2.8% it had been running at during the 12 months to the end of August.

it is the first time the annual rate of growth has risen since March, when it reached 12.6%. Since then it had been falling staedily" end quote

I'm posting this, not to gloat, but because to provide balance to the argument.

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Quote" House prices are beginning to recover, Government figures revealed yesterday.

According to the Office of the Deputy primemMinister (ODPM), house price inflation for the year to the end of September reached 3.3% up from 2.8% it had been running at during the 12 months to the end of August.

it is the first time the annual rate of growth has risen since March, when it reached 12.6%. Since then it had been falling steadily" end quote

I'm posting this, not to gloat, but to provide balance to the argument.

Same pot - just edited for typo's

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Quote" House prices are beginning to recover, Government figures revealed yesterday.

According to the Office of the Deputy primemMinister (ODPM), house price inflation for the year to the end of September reached 3.3% up from 2.8% it had been running at during the 12 months to the end of August.

it is the first time the annual rate of growth has risen since March, when it reached 12.6%. Since then it had been falling staedily" end quote

I'm posting this, not to gloat, but because to provide balance to the argument.

When a mild spell in November follows a cold snap, it doesn't mean that Summer has arrived.

Edited by pioneer31

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Now someone help me out here please.

CPI above 3% = bad.

HPI above 3% = good?

Why?

So this is the crowning achievement of 8 years of "The Third Way" is it?

Stupid prices for, in many instances, some of the crummiest housing stock in Western Europe.

You know it makes sense.

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ah but london landlady. its one thing posting this report (which is probably just hype)

but can YOU explain why this would have happened.?

so i understand these miracle dynamics.

I suppose it happened because prices have now stopped falling and are starting to move up again.

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I suppose it happened because prices have now stopped falling and are starting to move up again.

thats WHATs happened.

im asking you WHY thats happened.

since your posting it im wordering why you think this is so.

as i think its unfounded spin youve just blindly cut and pasted from somewhere.

do you have ANY foundations at all to your original statement.

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thats WHATs happened.

im asking you WHY thats happened.

since your posting it im wordering why you think this is so.

as i think its unfounded spin youve just blindly cut and pasted from somewhere.

do you have ANY foundations at all to your original statement.

WHY? because people have realsied that the much hyped HPC has not happened and do not think it will & now prices are rising.

What original statement are you referring to?

I posted the comment

I'm posting this, not to gloat, but because to provide balance to the argument.

After I typed out the first 2 paragraphs of an article in yesterday's Torygraph on page 23.

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


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