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The Towns Where House Prices Have Risen £2,000 A Month Since Cameron Became Pm (And The Places Where They Have Dropped By £10 A Week)

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Revealed: The towns where house prices have risen £2,000 a MONTH since Cameron became PM (and the places where they have dropped by £10 a WEEK)
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Home owners in Surrey, Hertfordshire and outer London have enjoyed a four year property boom far outstripping the rest of the country. But over the same time, deprived towns in West Yorkshire, Country Durham and Northumberland have seen house prices fall by thousands of pounds - trapping families in negative equity. The biggest average monthly rises were in Esher in Surrey and Richmond in south west London, while the largest falls were in Shildon in County Durham and Castleford West Yorkshire.

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Im from Shildon.Im very happy they have fallen.Hopefully they will keep falling because they are still too much.Decent terraces are now around £60-£70k.You can pick up a decent 3 bed semi with garden and garage for around £115k.They used to be £50k.

I wish the mail wouldnt print this though or we might get lots of southern BTL boomers sniffing around.

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Im from Shildon.Im very happy they have fallen.Hopefully they will keep falling because they are still too much.Decent terraces are now around £60-£70k.You can pick up a decent 3 bed semi with garden and garage for around £115k.They used to be £50k.

I wish the mail wouldnt print this though or we might get lots of southern BTL boomers sniffing around.

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Im from Shildon.Im very happy they have fallen.Hopefully they will keep falling because they are still too much.Decent terraces are now around £60-£70k.You can pick up a decent 3 bed semi with garden and garage for around £115k.They used to be £50k.

I wish the mail wouldnt print this though or we might get lots of southern BTL boomers sniffing around.

Wouldnt worry about that. There's dragons once you venture further north than Watford.

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Wouldnt worry about that. There's dragons once you venture further north than Watford.

I heard it was abominable snowmen with ebola

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Plenty of anti-HPI comments under that article saying that high house prices are bad for "our youngsters".

Edited by Dorkins

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