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2 hours ago, Si1 said:

Jeezo. I know not to expect much from the quality of the tabloid press but...

The writer has confused number of transactions with price. FFS

 

"House prices, on average, are rising across the UK. According to research by Lucian Cook, head of research at Savills, in the East of England house prices are 76 percent higher than last year, and the prices in the South East of England are 71 percent higher. This research, which used data from property market analysts TwentyCi also found that even the slowest market, the North West of England, had 40 percent more sales in the past month compared with the sales at the same time last year. Several areas in the UK have seen house prices double. Read on to hear about five of these areas."

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Just behind Aberdeen, Broxbourne’s housing market is up and coming.

In fact, there were 150 percent more house purchases in August in this area.

House prices in towns and cities nearby have also risen, with sales in St Albans rising by 111 percent and sales in Stevenage rising by 120 percent."

 

 
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15 hours ago, captainb said:

Jeezo. I know not to expect much from the quality of the tabloid press but...

The writer has confused number of transactions with price. FFS

 

"House prices, on average, are rising across the UK. According to research by Lucian Cook, head of research at Savills, in the East of England house prices are 76 percent higher than last year, and the prices in the South East of England are 71 percent higher. This research, which used data from property market analysts TwentyCi also found that even the slowest market, the North West of England, had 40 percent more sales in the past month compared with the sales at the same time last year. Several areas in the UK have seen house prices double. Read on to hear about five of these areas."

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Just behind Aberdeen, Broxbourne’s housing market is up and coming.

In fact, there were 150 percent more house purchases in August in this area.

House prices in towns and cities nearby have also risen, with sales in St Albans rising by 111 percent and sales in Stevenage rising by 120 percent."

 

 

I suspected that myself but I wondered if anyone else concluded the same.

Here is the journo. Don't think she's even 20 yet.

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21 minutes ago, Si1 said:

Izzie Deibe

Lifestyle, travel and health reporter

most newspaper articles these days are infomercials rather than journalism.

need to be viewed through marketing spectacles.

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2 hours ago, Si1 said:

 

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Digital lifestyle, health, travel and finance reporter at The Express.
Before that, I interned for nearly two years at Fabulous Daily at the Sun newspaper while working for my English and American Literature degree at the University of Kent.
I am currently completing my NCTJ exams
at News Associates, London. 

 

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Just now, shlomo said:

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Digital lifestyle, health, travel and finance reporter at The Express.
Before that, I interned for nearly two years at Fabulous Daily at the Sun newspaper while working for my English and American Literature degree at the University of Kent.
I am currently completing my NCTJ exams
at News Associates, London. 

 

You've missed out her MA in economics from Harvard.

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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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