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Oh dear - it's not good :(

I did the search on HP15 7XQ, which is Hazlemere (5 miles from Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire):

Average Cost: £350,798

Detached: £568,343

Semi-detached: £296,514

Terraced: £257,935

Flat: £187,444

Change in last quarter: 9.2%

Change in last year: 13.4%

Sales: 808

Not good for me neither!!!

Castle Point

Average Cost: £226,864

Detached: £279,856

Semi-detached: £208,991

Terraced: £177,421

Flat: £149,620

Change in last quarter: 4.5%

Change in last year: 13.3%

Sales: 458

That means houses in my area went up about £10,000 in the last quarter.

I knew those EA's were right all along.

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Northamptonshire

Average Cost: £185,691

Detached: £283,081

Semi-detached: £164,255

Terraced: £140,160

Flat: £115,071

Change in last quarter: -1.7%

Change in last year: 6.4%

Sales: 3844

Kettering

Average Cost: £159,986

Detached: £242,267

Semi-detached: £152,663

Terraced: £125,520

Flat: £95,989

Change in last quarter: -5.7%

Change in last year: 1.2%

Sales: 521

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Coventry

Average Cost: £144,161

Detached: £259,147

Semi-detached: £165,533

Terraced: £127,377

Flat: £111,702

Change in last quarter: -6.0%

Change in last year: -1.7%

Sales: 1277

Hey RB - Just 20 miles up the road and the Godiva city is already YoY negative - beats poxey Stratford anyday!!!

CRASHTASTIC!!!

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Something seems a bit wrong, look at the Northern Ireland figures.

orthern Ireland

Average Cost: £250,586

Detached: £369,609

Semi-detached: £243,223

Terraced: £199,392

Flat: £205,178

Change in last quarter: 4.2%

Change in last year: 39.1%

The confusing part about this is that the media has been reporting that significant falls were apparent last quarter....

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Some anecdotal analysis:

I have lived in Lambeth (Clapham Common) and Southwark (East Dulwich) in the past three years.

Net 4Q 2007 falls are:

Lambeth -10.7%

Southwark -2%

The interesting thing is that in both cases semi-detached and terraced houses rather than flats seemed to be driving the falls. Superficially this would appear to suggest that the most expensive houses are holding up rather well to date, but that there is a squeeze in the typical 'first family home space'.

Flats

Lambeth -4.4%

Southwark +6.2%

Semis

Lambeth -15.8%

Southwark -11.2%

Detached

Lambeth +7.4%

Southwark +3.5%

Terraced

Lambeth -13.2%

Southwark -1.3%

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Something seems a bit wrong, look at the Northern Ireland figures.

orthern Ireland

Average Cost: £250,586

Detached: £369,609

Semi-detached: £243,223

Terraced: £199,392

Flat: £205,178

Change in last quarter: 4.2%

Change in last year: 39.1%

The confusing part about this is that the media has been reporting that significant falls were apparent last quarter....

& that's because they are fiddling the stats, the falls are larger in all areas imo.

Mark my Words. :ph34r:

ps - for the doubters amongst you, just think back to the US & the fact that all the mainstream analysts stated that there wasn't a chance of a recession, yeah right.....my ar$e :lol::lol:

look to the anecdotal info for the real picture.

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Hertfordshire

Average Cost: £297,816

Detached: £558,087

Semi-detached: £317,195

Terraced: £249,085

Flat: £191,072

Change in last quarter: -3.7%

Change in last year: 8.2%

Sales: 5739

I can't believe the numbers - this is incredible. Hertfordshire in general is mixed some areas up some down, with the overall figure being skewed by a massive -19% drop in Three Rivers - wherever that is. Still, this is just the beginning.

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Beat this.

City of London: -17.5% last quarter.

In the words of goldfinger and his minions.

"LOL hyperinflation is scaring me alot."

oil (petrol etc)

gas/electric

food (commodities)

mortgage costs aka 'libor spread' ;)

council tax

so many to choose from, the list IS endless

they are ALL up massively.

Also remember we haven't even started to feel the infaltion in the system from those months & months of high oil prices.

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Something seems a bit wrong, look at the Northern Ireland figures.

orthern Ireland

Average Cost: £250,586

Detached: £369,609

Semi-detached: £243,223

Terraced: £199,392

Flat: £205,178

Change in last quarter: 4.2%

Change in last year: 39.1%

The confusing part about this is that the media has been reporting that significant falls were apparent last quarter....

They've missed the first N off Northern Ireland

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My Area has gone YOY NEGATIVE!!!!

Forest of Dean:

Average Cost: £214,914

Detached: £289,319

Semi-detached: £172,821

Terraced: £140,318

Flat: £109,629

Change in last quarter: -8.9%

Change in last year: -1.1%

That is still a shocking price for a semi dettached house or even a terraced house compared to the wages people are on. I imagine BTL has pushed this up.

All other areas in Gloucestershire have decreased over the quarter but still quite a way off YOY -ve. The Cotwolds is up 17.6% and amazingly Tewekesbury which suffered terribly during last years floods is YOY 19.8%!!!!!!

Still I'm happyish.

Glad to see the crash is happening, but I don't intend to stay living here when I do buy!

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My Area has gone YOY NEGATIVE!!!!

Forest of Dean:

Average Cost: £214,914

Detached: £289,319

Semi-detached: £172,821

Terraced: £140,318

Flat: £109,629

Change in last quarter: -8.9%

Change in last year: -1.1%

That is still a shocking price for a semi dettached house or even a terraced house compared to the wages people are on. I imagine BTL has pushed this up.

All other areas in Gloucestershire have decreased over the quarter but still quite a way off YOY -ve. The Cotwolds is up 17.6% and amazingly Tewekesbury which suffered terribly during last years floods is YOY 19.8%!!!!!!

Still I'm happyish.

Glad to see the crash is happening, but I don't intend to stay living here when I do buy!

Congratulations are in order - Well Done Forest of Dean! :rolleyes:

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I have to say that I am fast reaching bear news overload this week.

Have a look at some of the other London Boroughs:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...ml/county37.stm

City of Westminster: -11.1%

Camden -9.7%

City of London (yes I know it's been done already) -17.5%

Merton -13%

A mate of mine has just bought a flat in North London as an FTB. I fear for him.

Hats off to the Forest of Dean though and an honourable mention for the county of Warrington which has managed to be -1.5% YoY.

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Not good news here, yet. :(

Suffolk Coastal

Average Cost: £251,128

Detached: £328,688

Semi-detached: £205,522

Terraced: £188,074

Flat: £144,980

Change in last quarter: 3.3%

Change in last year: 13%

Things appear to be slowing though, let's hope the next set of figures show a significant drop!

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My Area has gone YOY NEGATIVE!!!!

Forest of Dean:

Average Cost: £214,914

Detached: £289,319

Semi-detached: £172,821

Terraced: £140,318

Flat: £109,629

Change in last quarter: -8.9%

Change in last year: -1.1%

That is still a shocking price for a semi dettached house or even a terraced house compared to the wages people are on. I imagine BTL has pushed this up.

All other areas in Gloucestershire have decreased over the quarter but still quite a way off YOY -ve. The Cotwolds is up 17.6% and amazingly Tewekesbury which suffered terribly during last years floods is YOY 19.8%!!!!!!

Still I'm happyish.

Glad to see the crash is happening, but I don't intend to stay living here when I do buy!

I live in the Tewkesbury area and there is no way it is up 19.8% YoY :blink:

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Detached

Flat

Semi

Terraced

ALL PROPERTIES - SORT BY:

NAME AV PRICE (£) QUARTER ANNUAL SALES

East Dorset

£303,939 -1.3% 6.9% 457

Christchurch

£292,132 1.5% 13.4% 314

Poole

£283,428 -9.7% 6.4% 869

West Dorset

£278,344 0% 7% 524

Purbeck

£274,713 2% 4.1% 208

North Dorset

£274,371 7.2% 22.5% 358

Bournemouth

£228,103 -0.9% 9.7% 1278

Weymouth And Portland

£216,340 -5.3% 5.3% 331

Poole is the area for Sandbanks

Is there a link for these figures

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