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Elizabeth

When Is It Going To Go Yoy Negative?

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Attached the Communites and Local Government HOusing Prices Link

http://www.communities.gov.uk/documents/ho.../xls/140960.xls

The data isn't in for q2 but this is the scenario for the last year + 1 Q

...................New dwellings...Other dwellings...All dwellings

2007...Q1..........245,215..........201,659..........208,438

..........Q2..........273,169..........216,917..........226,866

..........Q3..........291,018..........240,555..........249,016

..........Q4..........305,249..........221,820..........234,486

2008...Q1..........286,403..........216,009..........227,622

From average prices in the last quarter:

New dwellings needs a drop of 13K.

2nd hand houses have a small margin for increase (£900) from last quarter and they will still be negative

We need to see a drop of about £800 on the all dwellings figures

Where can I put a bet on?

Edit: forgot to finish my sentence in my excitement of the gambling prospects.

Edited by Elizabeth

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Attached the Communites and Local Government HOusing Prices Link

Edited: forgot to finish my sentence in my excitement of the gambling prospects.

The tittle of the survey should be a clue as to whether it is worth looking at let alone get excited about!

People would be swapping houses for a bag of sugar before this survey would go YOY negative!

Even the Mortgage lenders are showing significant YOY falls which still don't even reflect the truth. To get a sale you would be lucky to close a deal at less than 20% from the top this time last year.

I'll give you the benefit of the doubt but I suspect you have come on here with an agenda, if not don't waste your time with this data, just use Property Bee as everyone else does.

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