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This Must Be Why East Anglia Went Up 3% Las Month

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This guy is a genious.

No your not being over simplistic with pricing, one frustrating thing is that the Halifax allegedly use a houses asking price value to create their stats and figures. It's too difficult for them to use the sale price.

You are a wise man sir.

On the statistical front look at my true parady of their stistical methods on my Norfolk Terraced houses down 42%.


And add you own.

We can talk like them if we wish.

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