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Halifax Quarterly Data Released Today Q1 2006

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http://www.hbosplc.com/economy/quarterlyregionalcomments.asp

I don't think kirsty and phil will be coming to East Anglia

just used the calculator to check a house value in Q3 2004 compared to Q1 2006

HPI = 0%

yes thats 0% in 18 months (1.5 YEARS!!!!)

no good K & P suggesting that prices will rise 20 -30% in East anglia in 5 years time they've been flat for the past year and a half. THIS IS CLEARLY THE PEAK IN THE GRAPH, NEED I SAY WHERE IT WILL HEAD NEXT WITH THE STATE OF UK ECONOMY AND GOVERNMENT.

P.S. I'M GLAD I SOLD TO RENT IN Q3 2004, SEE BULLS IT DOES PAY OFF!!

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Shows my area down by about 2% whereas the ODPM says down 7.8%. I think I will stick with the actual sold prices because they seem to reflect what has happended in the market rather than some wishful thinking from a VI. :lol:

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Wow. Some big falls in the South East! It is a little annoying no one town is near to me on the report. What's wrong with spliting it by counties?

I can't wait for the Land Reg..!

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Simplistic calculation of taking all % changes and evening them out it a -2% change in South West (this includes anomolies like Cirencester up 14% and Dorchester up 12%)

Yet south west is up? Hmmm

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Well the stroud figures seem to be about right -3%

Just had a couple on my watchlist drop their prices , one by 4% , the other by about 7%

D :)

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The HBOS quarterly report for my area has reassured me no end...."Moss Side is still affordable".....halleluiah...thank you Uncle Gordon. Five years at University, earning 30k and my options at 3 to 3.5 my salary are....Gorton and Moss Side.

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More negative figures in Leicester. And that's with the Halifax figures, what will the ODPM figures be? Come to daddy little house prices .....

Billy Shears

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More negative figures in Leicester. And that's with the Halifax figures, what will the ODPM figures be? Come to daddy little house prices .....

Billy Shears

2% falls in Brighton YOY too.

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Wow. Some big falls in the South East! It is a little annoying no one town is near to me on the report. What's wrong with spliting it by counties?

not as annoying as it is to me to see the town I live in apparently having gone up 12 % :(

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not as annoying as it is to me to see the town I live in apparently having gone up 12 % :(

Boo. 1% up YOY. Still, some boroughs went up 16% (Southwark).

Nice to see places like Richmond 7% down though.

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Whey hey, Oxford -9% and average price down by 24k

Anecdotally though, asking prices seem pretty flat. I guess the data's probably fairly noisy. Is it mix adjusted does anyone know?

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Whey hey, Oxford -9% and average price down by 24k

Anecdotally though, asking prices seem pretty flat. I guess the data's probably fairly noisy. Is it mix adjusted does anyone know?

wasn't that kirsty and phils No.1 place to buy last week for up and coming HPI????

potential 27% increase in five years or something like that??

really need to get rid of those two primetime TV V.I. spinning the market

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Guest Winners and Losers

We're not all muppets. :rolleyes:

Maybe, but you're not exactly a good ambassador are you? :rolleyes:

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Maybe, but you're not exactly a good ambassador are you? :rolleyes:

How would you know you have never seen my magnificent Embassy? :rolleyes:

Edited by shakerbaby

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wasn't that kirsty and phils No.1 place to buy last week for up and coming HPI????

potential 27% increase in five years or something like that??

really need to get rid of those two primetime TV V.I. spinning the market

Possibly. Didn't watch the crappy programme.

But I bet they didn't mention that the uni are building lots of student accomodation. Oxford Uni own most of the land in and around Oxford and they're not stupid. They've been buying and selling land and property for 1000 years and most colleges employ professionals dedicated to property development.

Recently they have been selling valuable exising properties and building new buildings on vacent plots (that they own)

Apparently, during the mid nineties they were buying up properties at bargain prices, no doubt some of the same ones they had sold during the eighties boom.

Like I say they're not stupid (unlike certain TV property 'experts' I could mention)

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Yeah, I know that really. Some of my best friends.

Actually I think I only have one Scots friend :lol:

Is that because the rest are muppets. :rolleyes:

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