Monday, Sep 11, 2006

Not the ones I am looking at!

ThisisMoney: House prices jumped 3,000 in July

THE summer homebuying rush led to the cost of the average home jumping by more than 3,000 in July, according to official figures released today.

Posted by bufferbear @ 12:25 PM (2057 views)
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1. kpjcomp said...

bufferbear, same here.

In my Saved properties on RightMove, none of them have gone up in value, in fact recently I had 1 go down in value &
another 2 were STC, but then re-appeared. I've not seen any STC and disappear for a long while.

I wonder again, if this is MEW'ing. Or more than likely just big fat lies for the VI's.

I think the biggest problem with Stats, is that they can be twisted to say what you want, and the VI's have got this to an artform.

Also if house prices are rising, and in such good shape, why are builders offering 20,000 cash back deals etc.?

http://www.dwh.co.uk/viewadvert.html?dwh_advert_id=691&from=%2Fsearchresults.html%3Fdwh_plot_PriceMin%3D0%26dwh_plot_PriceMax%3D0%26dwh_housetype_NumberOfBeds%3D0%26ukmap.x%3D164%26ukmap.y%3D210

I wonder what figure goes into the stats-> 267,500 or 247,500? 267,500 of course. :) as you can see house prices are rising by 8%.

mmm, let me think. "That sounds very similiar to what the builders did in the US", and now there in a crash.

Monday, September 11, 2006 06:04PM Report Comment
 

2. Boarder said...

http://florida-paradiselost.blogspot.com/2006/09/nars-forecast-going-down-down-down-in.html

Monday, September 11, 2006 06:05PM Report Comment
 

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