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Still slowing down?

I thought they were going up!

Errr, lets see slowing down??????? are they mad clearly going down. What they imply is that they are still rising not going down. Mind you I suspect that after prices have fallen 20% they would go round interviewing estate agents who would tell them it was a predicted adjustment and they are about to rockaet away again.

Well worth the increase in the license fee.

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"However, Rics has traditionally had its finger on the pulse of the market when it has changed direction - as during the property slump of the early 1990s, when many other commentators refused to acknowledge that prices were falling. "

Comparisons being made now :lol::lol:

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"However, Rics has traditionally had its finger on the pulse of the market when it has changed direction - as during the property slump of the early 1990s, when many other commentators refused to acknowledge that prices were falling. "

Comparisons being made now :lol::lol:

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RICS are saying that their ‘house price difference’, i.e. the difference between the numbers of surveyors reporting rises and those reporting falls has fallen to a seasonally-adjusted -1.8% of total (almost equal numbers up and down, or most saying no-change, SA, down from a revised +10.8% in July), and that their sales-to-stock ratio is up slightly at 37.6% (quite strong, correlates well with HPI).

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Unless, of course, it is from Merryn the lady Editor of Moneyweek.

I don't recall BBC News online ever reporting a view from Merryn for obvious reasons.

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