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House Prices Drop In York-detached 25k Down In One Quarter

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HOUSE prices in York
last year, official Land Registry figures revealed today.
The average price of a property in the last three months of 2005 was
only £177,308, compared to £185,191
in the final quarter of 2004.
A leading estate agent claimed today that the York decrease was probably a
temporary blip
Edward Waterson, of Carter Jonas, who is the area's spokesman for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), said he believed prices would resume a
steady upward trend in the coming year after a very busy January in the housing market.
The average price of a detached property
fell from £275,512 in the last quarter of 2004 to £249,374
in late 2005, and average prices for terraced properties also fell, from £170,885 to £155,544.

Lower end of the market showed rises according to this EA.

Not sure why they are optimistic about the year ahead with the probablility of higher IR and a deteriorating employment picture in the NE??

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