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6 minutes ago, Trump Invective said:

Not heard of it before but maybe I'm forgetting

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2019/jan/30/uk-house-prices-grow-fastest-in-north-of-england-and-midlands

Anyone else heard of or followed any releases by Zoopla? Same principle as RM?

Formerly Hometrack:

https://www.propertyindustryeye.com/house-price-growth-halves-in-five-years-as-market-remains-in-post-brexit-vote-phase/

Data from the rebranded UK Cities House Price Index, now run by Zoopla rather than its Hometrack brand, shows that price growth among the country’s 20 largest cities was up 2.7% year-on-year at the end of December.

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15 minutes ago, rantnrave said:

Formerly Hometrack:

https://www.propertyindustryeye.com/house-price-growth-halves-in-five-years-as-market-remains-in-post-brexit-vote-phase/

Data from the rebranded UK Cities House Price Index, now run by Zoopla rather than its Hometrack brand, shows that price growth among the country’s 20 largest cities was up 2.7% year-on-year at the end of December.

Ah thank you!!

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  1. Latest data from Zoopla shows that average city house prices in the UK rose by 2.8% for the 12 months ended 28 February 2019.

    Annual house price growth in London rose 0.4%, compared to price falls over the last three years, and the number of London postcodes registering a fall in house prices decreased from 69% in October to 55% in February.

    "We do not believe London prices will rebound but it is a positive for sales volumes, which are still 25% lower than in 2016," said Zoopla's research and insight director Richard Donnell.

    House prices also rose in these cities:

    • 6.8% in Leicester
    • 5.8% in Manchester
    • 5.1% in Birmingham
    • 5% in Cardiff
    • 4.6% in Edinburgh
    • 3.5% in Newcastle
    • 2.6% in Bristol
    • 1% in Oxford

 

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In my area it is stagnant.

Zoopla prices on their site though have jumped.

What was a nice low % fall over the last year has gone green all round...which ties in with this.

I assumed it was such a jump they must have had an algo change or the weighing was very much to the Halifax which had a mighty jump.

The jump was so against what i saw in reality, so much so that I considered that the falls where not good for business and they tweaked it to show higher prices.

https://www.zoopla.co.uk/property-advice/how-are-house-prices-indices-calculated/ 

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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