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BBC NEWS | Business | House prices 'fell in late 2005' House prices in England and Wales fell by 2% in the last three months of 2005, according to authoritative figures from the Land Registry.

posted by Webmaster @ 8:57 AM 3 comments

IFAonline: House prices up 4.6% says Land Registry The Land Registry's latest residential property price report shows average house prices in England and Wales rose 4.6% during the period October - December 2005.

posted by Webmaster @ 8:56 AM 1 comments

Just noticed these 2 comments next to each other on the news blog at the top.

Er.....wtf?

The BBC article says the anual growth was 4.6%. 2nd article headline suggests this occured in Oct-Dec but reading it says The Land Registry’s latest residential property price report shows average house prices in England and Wales rose 4.6% during 2005 despite a fall in prices between October and December.

Someone needs to fix that.

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