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For those that have missed this:-

EquitywithdrawalHPI.jpg

Now we can see that MEW lags house prices by a small amount but IMO this is the closest we are going to get to the future direction of house prices, just look at the undershoot!!

Thanks again to Riser for producing the graph, we await the update with anticipation.

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For those that have missed this:-

EquitywithdrawalHPI.jpg

Now we can see that MEW lags house prices by a small amount but IMO this is the closest we are going to get to the future direction of house prices, just look at the undershoot!!

Thanks again to Riser for producing the graph, we await the update with anticipation.

Nice graph. Again. :-)

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Nice graph. Again. :-)

yep it sure is, why doesn't anyone else see this correlation? don't they understand the graph :blink::lol::lol:

when are those updated figures on MEW out? was it the 6th April

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For those that have missed this:-

EquitywithdrawalHPI.jpg

Now we can see that MEW lags house prices by a small amount but IMO this is the closest we are going to get to the future direction of house prices, just look at the undershoot!!

Thanks again to Riser for producing the graph, we await the update with anticipation.

I can't see how, if it lags house prices (Which it sould do as house price rises generate equity that can be withdrawn, not the other way round), then it's a good indicator of futures house price movements?

Much better is the Approvals against HPI, which tends to show HPI 7months ahead.

Here is a graph

HouseHPIapprovals.GIF

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