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Crash Is Off In Brighton

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Here is the link and attached picture:

http://www.home.co.uk/guides/house_prices_...mp;endyear=2008

mean-bn3-200701-200801.gif

Green line is Detached houses and the average is up 124% ;)

Jan-07 Jan-08 Change

Detached £480,545 £1,075,000 124%

Semi £343,564 £377,742 10%

Terraced £336,745 £319,200 -5%

Flat £192,346 £220,442 15%

All £255,762 £318,777 25%

The median is even worse :))

median-bn3-200701-200801.gif

Jan-07 Jan-08 Change

Detached £420,000 £1,075,000 156%

Semi £332,475 £354,975 7%

Terraced £295,000 £291,000 -1%

Flat £180,475 £215,000 19%

Number sold - LMAO

counts-bn3-200701-200712.gif

Jan-07 Dec-07 Change

Detached 10 9 -10%

Semi 22 21 -5%

Terraced 22 19 -14%

Flat 94 81 -14%

9 Detached houses in a year - That just has to be wrong or scary indeed.

Lies Lies and Statistics/Gordon Brown

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9 Detached houses in a year - That just has to be wrong or scary indeed.

I dunno... how many detached houses are there Brighton...? can't be many.

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I have been looking in Brighton since september I have had a few offers turned down at 10% below asking and of the 50 or so houses and flats I viewed at least 45 are still for sale.A few have been reduced by derisory amounts and are still there.Most local people don't live in detached houses they are for londoners who have cashed in there.Average homes aren't selling at all but still not taking offers Annoying!

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The whole of Dyke Road and Hove Park Area is pretty much detached. That would be low thousands. That is just off the top of my head.

check google maps :

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=e...079823&z=14

So the whole area from hove park to the Dyke Road border as that is BN1 not BN3.

Yeah the EAs will be plopping this off to the Argus and off a ramping they go :)

My Mum sent it to me for a bit of fun.

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What's important, from an argus "journalist's " perspective is we attribute global significance to the purchase of a handful of houses over a period slightly longer than the average WAGs attention span.

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Jan-07 Dec-07 Change

Detached 10 9 -10%

Semi 22 21 -5%

Terraced 22 19 -14%

Flat 94 81 -14%

Well with just a handful of detached houses sold, that explains the enormous variation in prices.

Gather data on a few hundred properties for something more statistically significant.

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The Argus reported a couple of weeks ago that my council tax bill would be increasing at a below inflation rate this year.

Got the bill yesterday - they weren't lying - it's only gone up by 4.1%

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Well with just a handful of detached houses sold, that explains the enormous variation in prices.

Gather data on a few hundred properties for something more statistically significant.

Too true, every few weeks we get a pointless home.co.uk post. The only thing vaguely useful is the volume number.

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Too true, every few weeks we get a pointless home.co.uk post. The only thing vaguely useful is the volume number.

I think its useful in the sense that this is the kind cr4p that is spouted in the mainstream press. Also it was a bit of lighthearted fun.

I do like sledgehead's pic :)

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