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Do the usually quoted regional prices seem reasonable, e.g.

http://visual.ons.gov.uk/regional-house-prices/

Only 3 times as much in south east as in north? My subjective opinion is that the difference should be greater. I'd like to find some simple variables to add to the difference in the basic regional variations

1x Far North, Wales

2x Midlands, South, EastAnglia, South West

3x South East

5x London

then add in other factors

2x Big City

1.5x Nice Area

2.5x Garden Suburb

2.5x Whole Nice Town

I'm wondering at the moment if nice areas in ordinary cities are possibly the rational choice.

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Do the usually quoted regional prices seem reasonable, e.g.

http://visual.ons.gov.uk/regional-house-prices/

Only 3 times as much in south east as in north? My subjective opinion is that the difference should be greater. I'd like to find some simple variables to add to the difference in the basic regional variations

1x Far North, Wales

2x Midlands, South, EastAnglia, South West

3x South East

5x London

then add in other factors

2x Big City

1.5x Nice Area

2.5x Garden Suburb

2.5x Whole Nice Town

I'm wondering at the moment if nice areas in ordinary cities are possibly the rational choice.

School catchment an all I'd have thought. Although that usually goes hand in hand with one/two of the above anyway.

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