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FindaProperty has listed the average price of a 1 bed flat in SW16 as £307,210, but a 3 bed house as £284,119. I know the average is taken from the amount of properties for sale, but I think this gives people the idea that if they own a 1 bed flat it should be worth £307, 210 - or am I just thick? Before you all start, it was a rhetorical question. I have never claimed to be the sharpest tool in the shed!

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FindaProperty has listed the average price of a 1 bed flat in SW16 as £307,210, but a 3 bed house as £284,119. I know the average is taken from the amount of properties for sale, but I think this gives people the idea that if they own a 1 bed flat it should be worth £307, 210 - or am I just thick? Before you all start, it was a rhetorical question. I have never claimed to be the sharpest tool in the shed!

http://www.findaproperty.co.uk/area0095.html

This must be a mistake. Either that or they are drawing their data from 1 very posh flat. I think this highlights the problems of "average" house prices, particularly in London where your can be living in a council tenement one block away from a million pound mansion.

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