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The upmystreet graphs are out for the Q3. Check your area graphs out and report back here.

Southampton is down on all fronts.

Upmystreet website, go.

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ROMFORD - Average price for Q3 - £165,588

Average price for Q2 - £157,917 So UP since last quarter.

HOWEVER Prices have dropped since April 04

Average price then - £169,703

Good news overall I suppose.

This actually happened a lot in the last CRASH prices had little spurts every few months

which the VI's loved of course, but the general trend was DOWN, DOWN ,DOWN.

I Should know, looked at a House in Aug 1991 - price £88,000.

Bought the house in March 1992 - paid £60,000

And it kept on falling even after that, as we had it vlaued in 1994 and it was worth a bit less,

can't recall how much less, but less.

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Helston, Cornwall. (Where I live)

Quater Helston National average

2005 (jul-sep) £218,423 (94) £193,979

2005 (apr-jun) £230,989 (84) £183,241

2005 (jan-mar) £233,578 (55) £181,646

2004 (oct-dec) £235,710 (52) £181,815

2004 (jul-sep) £215,309 (141) £187,656

2004 (apr-jun) £191,155 (130) £174,852

2004 (jan-mar) £194,488 (103) £165,662

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Sunny Swindon

Quarter Swindon England & Wales average

2005 (jul-sep) £135,430 (43) £193,979

2005 (apr-jun) £137,638 (36) £183,241

2005 (jan-mar) £126,064 (40) £181,646

2004 (oct-dec) £121,031 (52) £181,815

2004 (jul-sep) £126,250 (56) £187,656

2004 (apr-jun) £122,217 (70) £174,852

2004 (jan-mar) £122,410 (34) £165,662

Oh my god. A crash!

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Where i live ( North Notts )

All props average £107k down from £120k

Semi detached ( what I`m looking for ) £92,500 down from £99k

I`m hoping to buy for about £60k to £65k ( 2003 prices )

What do you think of my chances?? :):)

Limpet

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Looking good for me. Hate the shape of that W though!

http://www.upmystreet.com/property/prices/...ced/l/sw11.html

But it confirms again that I have been RIGHT in NOT listening to the bears of this website.

Just think, any one of you could have taken my advice 18 months ago & look where it would have got you.......... :D

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Oh dear - SW11 doesn't all seem to be a bed of roses does it?

SPLAT!!!

:lol::lol::lol:

Wonder where the rest of it is going? :rolleyes:

Edit: My typing seems to be as good as some posters' grasp of economics...

Edited by Badlad1967

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Looking good for me. Hate the shape of that W though!

http://www.upmystreet.com/property/prices/...ced/l/sw11.html

But it confirms again that I have been RIGHT in NOT listening to the bears of this website.

Just think, any one of you could have taken my advice 18 months ago & look where it would have got you.......... :D

Shame you didn't cash out and stick it on the stock market. Better yield more capital growth greater liquidity and more diversification. Now it's too late.

Half a million for a Tonsleys rabbit hutch when you can buy a 4 bed duplex overlooking Keizersgracht canal in Amsterdam in Holland one of the most overcrowded countries in the world for the equivalent of £350k. Remember Tokyo 1990. Still the same price.

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Turned the corner? Lower than this time last year!

2005 (jul-sep) £246,739

2005 (apr-jun) £253,844

2005 (jan-mar) £259,941

2004 (oct-dec) £247,967

2004 (jul-sep) £274,550

2004 (apr-jun) £255,231

2004 (jan-mar) £223,777

2003 (oct-dec) £232,919

2003 (jul-sep) £270,053

2003 (apr-jun) £267,153

2003 (jan-mar) £233,344

2002 (oct-dec) £206,012

2002 (jul-sep) £260,913

the sellers of the house I aborted the sale on (http://www.findaproperty.co.uk/agent.aspx?agentid=2482&opt=prop&pid=022635) are now 'Keen to sell' according to the estate agent.

When I aborted he assured me it would be sold in the next 2 weeks as his shop had "never been busier" (that was october).

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actually lpool (me mar and dar), hitchin (where i used to live) and pompey (recent home) are all up. who cares though? they're still teetering at the the top. we (mostly) all know its dying :)

this can't reflect volumes can it??

i know for a fact in all places - ppl are slashing prices/giving up on sales etc ??

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That data seems to be the usual fantasy stuff. According to that, in the areas around me, an average detached house went up 60k in 3 months about 6 months ago and then, over the following 3 months fell back 60k.

The figures look meaningless to me.

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Oh dear - SW11 doesn't all seem to be a bed of roses does it?

SPLAT!!!

:lol::lol::lol:

Wonder where the rest of it is going? :rolleyes:

Edit: My typing seems to be as good as some posters' grasp of economics...

Yes I already saw that. Those stats are affected by a large number of expensive new builds built and first sold in SW11 recently.

It's a pity that the stats don't have explainations to show this. I only know from what I've seen going up recently. But I also wouldn't want to be one of the new-build purchasers, buying above the average price for the area, then finding out later that at best there is very little to be made from new-builds.

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Yes I already saw that. Those stats are affected by a large number of expensive new builds built and first sold in SW11 recently.

It's a pity that the stats don't have explainations to show this. I only know from what I've seen going up recently. But I also wouldn't want to be one of the new-build purchasers, buying above the average price for the area, then finding out later that at best there is very little to be made from new-builds.

Completely agree.

Places like these, and others

http://www.batterseareach.co.uk/default.asp

and this revolting thing...

http://www.homedesignawards.com/homebuilde...bion/albion.htm

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East Ipswich, Suffolk

2005 (jul-sep) £192,714 (67) £193,979

2005 (apr-jun) £180,839 (103) £183,241

2005 (jan-mar) £169,018 (71) £181,646

2004 (oct-dec) £192,427 (78) £181,815

2004 (jul-sep) £184,408 (70) £187,656

2004 (apr-jun) £180,620 (64) £174,852

2004 (jan-mar) £218,975 (51) £165,662

2003 (oct-dec) £191,385 (84) £162,852

2003 (jul-sep) £161,191 (51) £160,625

2003 (apr-jun) £171,081 (60) £148,523

2003 (jan-mar) £185,302 (106) £155,364

2002 (oct-dec) £170,718 (87) £144,619

2002 (jul-sep) £143,077 (66) £145,453

2002 (apr-jun) £144,126 (76) £132,534

2002 (jan-mar) £137,770 (53) £120,995

Detched prices are dropping, semi & terraced prices seem static for now.

On the ground very little appears to be selling though, For Sale signs up for months on some properties, just over a year ago houses were going within a week or two of being advertised.

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