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How Accurate Is The Nationwide House Price Calculator?

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Just tried the 'so-called predictor' of House Price Values today.

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/hpi/Default.asp?calculate=true

AREA IS LIVERPOOL

Results:-

A property located in UK which was valued at £44000 in Q1 of 2002, would be worth approximately £73361 in Q3 of 2005.

This is equivalent to a change of 66.73%.

REALITY

25/03/2002 £44,000 Ter. F/H Map 7, Wendover Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 4LG

14/10/2005 £146,000 Ter. F/H Map 7, Wendover Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 4LG

This is equivalent to a change of 331.81%.

So what is the true price? Or this just an admission that asking prices AND paid prices are a phucking joke!!!!????

CRASH CRASH CRASH CRASH!!!!

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Just tried the 'so-called predictor' of House Price Values today.

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/hpi/Default.asp?calculate=true

AREA IS LIVERPOOL

Results:-

A property located in UK which was valued at £44000 in Q1 of 2002, would be worth approximately £73361 in Q3 of 2005.

This is equivalent to a change of 66.73%.

REALITY

25/03/2002 £44,000 Ter. F/H Map 7, Wendover Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 4LG

14/10/2005 £146,000 Ter. F/H Map 7, Wendover Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 4LG

This is equivalent to a change of 331.81%.

So what is the true price? Or this just an admission that asking prices AND paid prices are a phucking joke!!!!????

CRASH CRASH CRASH CRASH!!!!

For a bit of fun (god I almost sound like apollo) you could find a house for sale that was valued at £44K in 2002 ( and is now up for £146K) and put an offer in for £73361

When they start getting shirty - show them the figures - then walk away.

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