Thursday, Sep 28, 2006

So why do we see so many price reductions ?

MSN: House prices up sharply this month

LONDON (Reuters) - House prices jumped in September, the Nationwide Building Society said on Thursday, evidence that August's interest rate rise had done little to cool the property market. The Nationwide said the cost of an average home rose 1.3 percent, bringing the annual rate of house price inflation to 8.2 percent -- its fastest rate since February 2005.

Posted by uncle chris @ 10:21 AM (544 views)
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1. Randomkevlar said...

Ok, great idea, I just done one about trying to start a family and not being able to afford a house to start it in.

Can we keep a rough count of how many questions we have asked on HPI, just so we know when the BBC fail to ask any of them.
(BBC now seems to be the media arm of the govenment (since my mate Greg Dyke was booted out for telling the truth, that is), its surely unlikely our questions will be raised)

Thursday, September 28, 2006 01:13PM Report Comment
 

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