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On average, U.K. house prices fell 4 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, according to Nationwide. In Northern Ireland, prices plunged 19 percent.


I assume it's the 'regional quarterly indices (post '73) dataset (Not adjusted for inflation)


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Prices in NI went up almost 60% in a year.

Prices in NI doubled in the space of 2.5 years. And that was the second bubble.

NI is a bubble within a bubble. Houses have a long way to fall here.

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I hope NI's failing economy doesn't kick-start more of this kinda s***


Better get the petrol bombs and dustbin lids out, i predict a riot.

By this logic if you read a topic about London house prices you should post a link to the relentless street violence there which has claimed so many young lives. Grow up FFS.

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