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Wimpey Shares Tanking Today Despite Ftse Up

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G WIMPEY PLC (LSE:WMPY.L) Edit

Last Trade: 438.00 p

Trade Time: 11:30AM

Change: Down 9.00 (2.01%)

Prev Close: 447.00

Open: 452.50

Bid: 439.00

Ask: 439.75

1y Target Est: 548.00

BOVIS HOMES GROUP (LSE:BVS.L) Edit

Last Trade: 814.50 p

Trade Time: 11:30AM

Change: Down 2.00 (0.24%)

Prev Close: 816.50

Open: 814.00

Bid: 813.50

Ask: 815.00

1y Target Est: 845.00

FTSE 100 (FSI:^FTSE) Edit

Index Value: 5,872.10

Trade Time: 11:50AM

Change: Up 45.40 (0.78%)

Prev Close: 5,826.70

Open: 5,826.70

Day's Range: 5,826.70 - 5,884.10

52wk Range: 5,022.10 - 6,137.10

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Does anyone have any figure's on the proportions of properties selling broken down into new build v's older (resale) property?

A friend of mine is trying to buy a new build in a suburb of Nottingham. It is a beautiful house, but 226k for a 3 bed new build show home in an average (mixed ex LA housing) suburb of Nottingham seems ludicrous to me.

The interesting point I raise is that as he is buying a show home, and their are many new plots on the estate that must sell first, he has just been told that their move in date has been put back again to at least November!

In the word's of the Home Builder's vendor - "Unfortunately we haven't had any interest now in the other properties for 4 weeks!"

I believe their are at least 10 properties left to sell.

I thought their was supposed to be a shortage of housing................?!

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


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