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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...ml/region12.stm

Why is this so different to what we are told from elsewhere??????????

These are the real figures aren't they??????????????

I demand an answer!!

I just looked at a couple of areas- brighton, where I live now 1.7% yoy, 1st quarter 0.6% up- not really the double figures that the press would have us believe.

Cardiff, where I am thinking of moving to- down -0.9 1st quarter, up about 2% yoy- and wales is meant to see rises of 10%+ this year?

Its all rubbish!

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Cardiff, where I am thinking of moving to- down -0.9 1st quarter, up about 2% yoy- and wales is meant to see rises of 10%+ this year?

They heard you were coming :lol:

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...ml/region12.stm

Why is this so different to what we are told from elsewhere??????????

These are the real figures aren't they??????????????

I demand an answer!!

Property prices are going down, have been since 2004.. Interest rates need to go up.

reason is needed..

"House Prices are going up.."

There is a sentiment in the country that allows the majority to look at things that are contrary to what they are seeing and think.. "That must be everyone else then"

it's not..

Its like the average wage..

we all know that the vast majority of us do not earn it.. and that ..

Ignore the figures and wait until you can afford.. its easier that way

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To be fair you guys were slagging off the BBC's house price website when it said prices were still going up.

And TTRTR's area is up 4.6%, so he can't be too bothered.

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To be fair you guys were slagging off the BBC's house price website when it said prices were still going up.

And TTRTR's area is up 4.6%, so he can't be too bothered.

well so long as ttrtr is happy. or alternately.....who cares

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To be fair you guys were slagging off the BBC's house price website when it said prices were still going up.

And TTRTR's area is up 4.6%, so he can't be too bothered.

That's true but when your worst enemy is agreeing with you, it's okay to side with them. It's not the bears that have done a u-turn.

NDL

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Why is this so different to what we are told from elsewhere??????????

These are the real figures aren't they??????????????

I demand an answer!!

it's all rubbish. In a single sentence. except a short spell of spring bounce this year house prices have been going down in birmingham and solihull for nearly one and half years. I have stopped trusting all indices, the house I agreed to buy last summer after negotiating hard for 172K ( down from asking price 185K) and subsequently took offer back finally sold for 168K ( Nethouseprice fig Feb06).

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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