Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Nationwide propaganda continues

UK house prices 'pick up' in July

House price growth picked up in July and the overall market remains "fairly buoyant" according to the Nationwide. The building society's latest housing survey found that prices rose by 0.8% last month, up from 0.3% in June, pushing the annual growth rate to 5.9%.

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4 thoughts on “Nationwide propaganda continues

  • George Monsoon says:

    Another completely unbiased, unleveraged piece of information from a totaly impartial “non vested interest” group, published by an objective and inocent organisiation, with no political affiliation to the current government.

    :O)

    It must be true!

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  • Rate rise shouldn’t be a problem then with a housing market this strong.

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  • I love this bit:
    Fionnuala Earley said, “buyers are still able to overcome traditional lending constraints”.

    Err what you mean Fionnuala is that, lenders not buyers are still able to overcome traditional lending constraints.

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  • Resistance_4_ever says:

    Prices in my area have been going down over the past couple of months. No amount of propoganda from nationwide or others who have an interest high prices can change this trend.

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