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Lsl Acadata House Price Index -0.4% Month-On-Month

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The LSL acadata index is down 0.4% this month. Although this is one of the more obscure housing market indices the accompanying press release makes cheering reading. Slough is the new Chelsea....!

More at the link: http://www.acadata.co.uk/acadHousePrices.php

House prices slump before EU referendum
Property values dip 0.4% in May – steepest fall since November 2011 as the housing market holds its breath
London’s house prices fall by 0.3% (£1,769) month-on-month due to uncertainty ahead of upcoming EU referendum
Weakest May for home sales in five years, after stamp duty surcharge caused a rush of buy-to-let sales in March
But house prices in Slough defy the trend, jumping 23.3% year on year, with values lifted by Crossrail and new tech jobs

LSL Acad E&W HPI News Release May 16.pdf

LSL Acad E&W HPI News Release May 16.pdf

Edited by InlikeFlynn

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That's a good read. No regional data yet but assuming London fell, that'll be the third month in a row. Transaction volume looking really low.

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Up 23.3% in Slough, and I can't even read the road signs!!!

Get your eyes tested.

Poles can not merely read the opticians chart, they can pronounce it.

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