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ONS Land registry figures out for March 2019

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1 hour ago, Andy T said:

Annual 

+3.6% in Yorkshire

-1.9% in London  

Hilarious.

Does this include HTB?

I say this as HTB is most beneficial for developers in two scenarios.

1)  A floor under surplus new build flats in London (just wait until the falls really get going it will be the market there unless stopped).

2) Allows people to pay up to an artificial prices for new build places in the rest of the country.  

If it does included HTB I wonder what the national figure is without it.

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37 minutes ago, Fromage Frais said:

Does this include HTB?

I say this as HTB is most beneficial for developers in two scenarios.

1)  A floor under surplus new build flats in London (just wait until the falls really get going it will be the market there unless stopped).

 2) Allows people to pay up to an artificial prices for new build places in the rest of the country.  

If it does included HTB I wonder what the national figure is without it.

Think it does, but still the price has come down from peak of approx. £480K and is going further down.

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3 hours ago, Andy T said:

Annual 

+3.6% in Yorkshire

-1.9% in London  

Hilarious.

Im not sure I believe either figure.

Id guess he London figure is much worse.

And the Yorkshire one is just a blip down to a very small number of sales.

MMRs and taxcredits whacked the North.

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Pleased to see this in one of my target areas

Milton Keynes £250,755 £262,702 -4.5%
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35 minutes ago, Killian said:

Red means bad and green good, right? I hope it turns green again soon

From a seller's perspective, yeah. 

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