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Nationwide: In Reality Yoy -1.5% After Inflation

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I noticed someone on the other nationwide thread pointed the fact out that is the nationwide index shows a yoy increase of 2.7% then in reality because of inflation, taking the CPI into account, thats actually -1.5% !!!

Is this an accurate assumption ?

Have we now in fact gone negative ?

Or do they take inflation into account in these figures ?

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I noticed someone on the other nationwide thread pointed the fact out that is the nationwide index shows a yoy increase of 2.7% then in reality because of inflation, taking the CPI into account, thats actually -1.5% !!!

Is this an accurate assumption ?

Have we now in fact gone negative ?

Or do they take inflation into account in these figures ?

Not CPI, which is 2.2%.

RPI is 4.1%, and allowing for this does indeed mean that HPI is now negative in real terms.

Don't start bragging down the pub though unless your mates understand the difference between real and nominal already.

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Not CPI, which is 2.2%.

RPI is 4.1%, and allowing for this does indeed mean that HPI is now negative in real terms.

Don't start bragging down the pub though unless your mates understand the difference between real and nominal already.

Yes RPI, not CPI, sorry was too happy whilst typing :-)

Too late, im telling everybody !!!

I STR so im a happy bunny :lol:

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  • 295 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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