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Nationwide warns on house prices

By Jane Croft,Retail Banking Correspondent

Published: November 18 2005 02:00 | Last updated: November 18 2005 02:00

Nationwide, the UK's largest building society, warned yesterday that it
expected house prices to fall early next year.
The mutual said overall house price growth will be zero at the end of next year with "modest falls" in the early part of 2006 offset by a recovery later on.

An optimistic bearish view, but not bad from the boys at the most favoured VI! Definitely a poor market for BTL with zero cap appreciation. When it comes time to buy again I think I will give NW a try. :)

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hold on a minute!!!!

REEEEWIND SELECTA!!!!

.....I've got that sense of deja vu!,,,,the MODEST FALLS but recovery later has been used before!!!

check out the reportage from the last crash!!!!!

what point in the crash were these kind of phrases being used??

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https://registration.ft.com/registration/ba...000e25118c.html

Nationwide warns on house prices

By Jane Croft,Retail Banking Correspondent

Published: November 18 2005 02:00 | Last updated: November 18 2005 02:00

Nationwide, the UK's largest building society, warned yesterday that it
expected house prices to fall early next year.
The mutual said overall house price growth will be zero at the end of next year with "modest falls" in the early part of 2006 offset by a recovery later on.

An optimistic bearish view, but not bad from the boys at the most favoured VI! Definitely a poor market for BTL with zero cap appreciation. When it comes time to buy again I think I will give NW a try. :)

Seems they can't get anything right. Modest rises in the early part of 2006 in this area.

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North Nofolk Terraces had a 42.8% YoY drop if the quarter figures are annualised over that period.

Terraces in Breackland would have been around the 30%.

It seems things are strange in Norfolk, like all of England.

These figures will come through and look devestating later on in the year.

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North Nofolk Terraces had a 42.8% YoY drop if the quarter figures are annualised over that period.

Terraces in Breackland would have been around the 30%.

It seems things are strange in Norfolk, like all of England.

These figures will come through and look devestating later on in the year.

So what are the ACTUAL 12 month figures, FFS?

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