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Hi,

These are Nationwide's December 2005 quarterly figures -

Y-O-Y change to Dec 2005 -

Pembrokeshire -4.0%

Carmarthenshire -5.2%

Some people, though, are desperately trying to talk the market up. I wonder why. :rolleyes:

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This just re-emphasises the situation we are in - look in a West Wales property paper and you will see ridiculous asking prices. You will even notice some asking prices of houses long on the market have increased... and then a VI like the Nationwide is reporting substantial quarterly falls.

I am constantly reminded of the 'Phoney War' period in the Summer of 1940 - it will all be over by Christmas! :rolleyes:

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'Stick it up 'em Mr Mannering'.............

i believe it is 'Mainwaring'....

...you know, like Chiswick is pronounced 'Chissik'.

How's that for pedantry!! :D:D:D

p.s. house prices are f**ked. Righteous.

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Poor old John Laurie late of Dad's Army, now departed, would have made a good spokesman for those who have bought properties in the last 3 years or are BTL'ers:

Wee-er aul dooomed, dooomed I say!

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30k for a flat

50k for a terraced

100k for a detatched

thats the real prices of property

infact it was till about 5 years ago, now they are 3 times this

area im talking about is blackpool

all wage increases have been taken up in higher council tax in the same period so basically all earning the same.

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30k for a flat

50k for a terraced

100k for a detatched

thats the real prices of property

infact it was till about 5 years ago, now they are 3 times this

area im talking about is blackpool

all wage increases have been taken up in higher council tax in the same period so basically all earning the same.

I concur..

and when someone made a comment about how much their house had made infront of me.. I had to say

"Gone and got a paper round while you are at work has it?"

My point was a little vague..

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There is nothing worse in the world than somebody gloating about how expensive their house has become purely and simply because they had the fortune to be living in it during the last few years.

I even prefer property investers going on about how much they have made, at least they set out with a purpose of making money.

But Mr Joe Public who bought somewhere to live in and then found out to their immense surprise that they were sitting on a goldmine and then transforms themselves into the worlds financial genius.

I am sorry, I am going to be sick... !

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