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Thanks.

Depressing as ever for Cambridge.

House near me sold £315k in 2014 and went for £406k last month.No extension or renovation from pics.

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44 minutes ago, Timak said:

Thanks.

Depressing as ever for Cambridge.

House near me sold £315k in 2014 and went for £406k last month.No extension or renovation from pics.

Yep sea of green here too, hpi forever.

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In August, Beverley (HU17) was full nearly all red, this month it's nearly all green. Other than waiting a year for the data to be properly collated and represented, there doesn't seem to be a reliable way to see how the market is performing over the last 6 months - 1 year, and the smaller the search area, the less data, the less reliability. In areas of low supply and demand there seems to be more anomolies (i.e. f**&^ing idiots overpaying or people needing to sell quickly flogging them cheap).

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9 hours ago, Timak said:

Thanks.

Depressing as ever for Cambridge.

House near me sold £315k in 2014 and went for £406k last month.No extension or renovation from pics.

Same in Luton 2013 prices to now is HPI  on steroids :rolleyes:

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7 hours ago, electrogear said:

In August, Beverley (HU17) was full nearly all red, this month it's nearly all green. Other than waiting a year for the data to be properly collated and represented, there doesn't seem to be a reliable way to see how the market is performing over the last 6 months - 1 year, and the smaller the search area, the less data, the less reliability. In areas of low supply and demand there seems to be more anomolies (i.e. f**&^ing idiots overpaying or people needing to sell quickly flogging them cheap).

Complete opposite in my area but just as unfathomable... August almost entirely green, Sept almost entirely red!

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