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I'm not sure if other HPC'ers are aware of this tool; it's apparently new and seems very handy for viewing trends in LR data:


Essentially it allows you to construct graphs using all of the metrics covered by the LR data (such as property type, region, buyer type etc) and appears a pretty powerful facility for assessing trends over a user-defined period. 

Possibly not the first site to do this with LR data, but potentially still a useful tool :)


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Used this for years. I also notice that many sellers houses on the market are at values far detached from what LR values say they should be. They seems to vary a lot area to area, street to street and even the same houses on the same street, if you look at http://houseprices.io

I wish you a happy new year with this gem I just found https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-61345212.html

content speaks for itself and really is quite annoying

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