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H B O S "data" At Odds With Other Lenders

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The Halifax bank reported today that house prices increased by 2.0% in April and by 4.4% in the first four months of 2006.
However this unexpected jump in the monthly results are partly due to ‘technical factors, the lender explained.
But while heavily out of step with other property market indicators
- with Nationwide recording a 0.1 per cent rise and Hometrack recording a 0.6 per cent increase in April
At the regional level, house price growth continues to moderate in the north of England and Scotland. In 2006 Q1,
all British regions recorded single digit annual house price inflation for the first time in 7 years


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