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Is Anyone Else Tired Of All The Yoy Stats

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Has anyone perhaps compiled a list of non seasonally adjusted comparisons on the various indexes to see how much each index has fallen from september last year.

The reason I would like to see this is to prove to people that houses are not 'flattening' but falling instead. Some free research for the lazy journos that lurk here. ;)

It would be interesting also to see the change in London during this time. From Halifax and Land Registry it appears to be the region that has fallen most dramatically, but is being hidden by high YOY HPI stats.

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Personally, I rather like the YoY stats, not because of what they're showing now, but because when they start to go properly negative you actually get to see some BIG numbers. They might not be our friends now, but give it six months and the chances are they'll be buying us drinks and letting us sleep with their large breasted girlfriends (or six-packed boyfriends, depending on preference).

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Personally, I rather like the YoY stats, not because of what they're showing now, but because when they start to go properly negative you actually get to see some BIG numbers. They might not be our friends now, but give it six months and the chances are they'll be buying us drinks and letting us sleep with their large breasted girlfriends (or six-packed boyfriends, depending on preference).

Well, the NationWide figure is 3.6% from the top (October), although they have seasoned that and only reported 2.1%

Halifax have seen a 4.8% drop and September was their high.

LR stats are a bit tougher to work out because they don't publish raw figures, just seasoned ones.

Anyone else?

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...I like YOY....where else would you realise diesel has gone up approx 25% since this time last year....and according to Gordo ..inflation is 2% ...he does admit 'numbers' is not his strength....a bit of honesty there ...!..... :lol:

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