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Housing Market Cooling Drastically In England And Wales

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Hi all,

Just spent a little time with the latest Land Registry figures comparing the Q3 2005 results with Q4 2005.

I've made a "climate map" of the UK for each type of property.

I was quite surprised at the results when displayed as a map. It really puts things in perspective!

All residential properties

All detached properties

All semi-detached properties

All terraced properties

All flats and maisonettes

Enjoy!

EDIT: I have now moved the images to a faster web provider! :)

Edited by classixuk

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Hmmnnn...the images are optimised (down to 50K each) but imageshack seems to be going very slow at the moment!

Anyone else having the same problem viewing the images? If so, I'll transfer them to some different webspace.

P.S. Moderators, I tried to upload these as attachments to the post originally but there seems to be a problem with that. Any idea when it will be fixed?

Cheers.

EDIT...the images are 800 pixels wide when you click on on them. Do you need them any larger?

Edited by classixuk

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Any ideas why Flats/apartments falling fastest in northern england/wales?

in the north they went from 101k to 107k yet on your graph you have then in pink which is a house price decrease.

care to explain or have I got it wrong? :huh:

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in the north they went from 101k to 107k yet on your graph you have then in pink which is a house price decrease.

care to explain or have I got it wrong? :huh:

Got it they went from 2004Q4101 to 2005Q3109 back to 2005Q4107 and you want to show them falling in the last quarter.

My mistake :D

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Hi all,

Just spent a little time with the latest Land Registry figures comparing the Q3 2005 results with Q4 2005.

I've made a "climate map" of the UK for each type of property.

I was quite surprised at the results when displayed as a map. It really puts things in perspective!

All residential properties

All detached properties

All semi-detached properties

All terraced properties

All flats and maisonettes

Enjoy!

Excellent work. Thanks!

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Just spent a little time with the latest Land Registry figures comparing the Q3 2005 results with Q4 2005.

I've made a "climate map" of the UK for each type of property.

I think your geography is a bit suspect!

These are not maps of the UK!

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Sorry! Maps of England and Wales (Land Registry do not provide statistics for Scotland and Northern Ireland)

No offence intended to the Jocks!

:D

Cant wait for the blue color to come out!!!

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:P BLIMEY

Seems to give a different picture than what the media are reporting !

Well done ClassicUK you have made whats left of my day! :D

We need this linking to a price feed so we could have a real time ticker on our desktops and and a buzzer that sounds when it drops another colour...

:)

:lol::lol::lol:

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Funny, the data does not align very well with Halifax, Nationwide, RICS suggestions that the market is going up? London seems to be taking the biggest hit on detached properties which also flies in the face of recent VI "data."

I wonder if BBC would be interested in this as its easy to follow but possibly a little too shocking do you think?

:lol::lol::lol:

Edited by Realistbear

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superb. easy to digest. have you thought about emailing the BBC this. they may care for some non-bias graphs. a pleasure to read

Agreed - be worth sending to the BBC and offering them first rights... :)

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