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House prices drop for first time in 10 years

By Paul Farrow (Filed: 21/12/2005) - telegraph.

Average house prices have suffered their first annual fall in 10 years, according to the latest survey by Hometrack, the housing analyst.

It said that house prices across England and Wales fell by 1.29 per cent in 2005. It added that the average price had fallen by 4.17 per cent since the market turned in June last year.

So are they saying that since June last year the extra 2.88% reduction was a positive. Or have house prices been falling now for 18months.

Of course thay have. And they weren't printing it loud and clear.

So the headline should be house prices fall again, and again, and again, and again.

Does anyone here have contact with the plain English Campaign.

It's the best present I could wish for this and next year.

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