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The divergence was highlighted by the fact that prices actually fell during August in Eastern England, the South West, Wales, the North West and the East Midlands.

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The divergence was highlighted by the fact that prices actually fell during August in Eastern England, the South West, Wales, the North West and the East Midlands.

:lol:

Right, so that'd be all of England and Wales apart from London then? Love the way they list off the regions like it's only some exceptional areas when it's in fact the entire country.

P.S. Any stats on Scotland?

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The divergence was highlighted by the fact that prices actually fell during August in Eastern England, the South West, Wales, the North West and the East Midlands.

:lol:

Right, so that'd be all of England and Wales apart from London then? Love the way they list off the regions like it's only some exceptional areas when it's in fact the entire country.

P.S. Any stats on Scotland?

Love the way your map of England and Wales doesn't include the South East, North West, West Midlands or Yorkshire & Humberside. ;)

Land Registry doesn't cover Scotland.

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Right, so that'd be all of England and Wales apart from London then? Love the way they list off the regions like it's only some exceptional areas when it's in fact the entire country.

Half the regions (London, South East, North West, Yorkshire + the Humber and West Midlands) were up in August

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Half the regions (London, South East, North West, Yorkshire + the Humber and West Midlands) were up in August

The richer half you mean?

These type of things always tend to affect the richer areas last. Where are those headlines from 1989?

Edit: Here it is.

Headlines show similar trend.... first the less economically stable parts of the UK go, then the rest follow like a house of cards.

Edited by moshmonsta

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The richer half you mean?

These type of things always tend to affect the richer areas last. Where are those headlines from 1989?

Edit: Here it is.

Headlines show similar trend.... first the less economically stable parts of the UK go, then the rest follow like a house of cards.

The Humber rich???? Good news though if you're right ;-)

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dont worry- there's only 1 way london prices are coming down and thats a big recession- even then prices are hardly going to be affordable

Can I just put some punctuation in there for you? It doesn't read quite right and you missed a bit at the end.

there's only 1 way london prices are coming: down, and thats a big recession- even then prices are hardly going to be affordable because no-one will have the money to buy

There, that's better. :D

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