Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Helping you keep track

Digest of today's house price statistics

A raft of housing statistics were released today from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, and the Department of Communities and Local Government. The squeeze on mortgages was confirmed by data from mortgage lenders, while an industry survey showed that the number of sales hit a 30-year low. UK house prices in September were 5.1% lower than a year ago according to official government figures, making the average UK house price £208,583.

Posted by little professor @ 01:27 PM (823 views)
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4 thoughts on “Helping you keep track

  • Just seen an estate agent from Wellington Estate agents or some such on BBC, live from the LSE, saying how he expects the demand, “which is definitely out there”, to return with a vengeance early in the New Year. An estate agent telling us all will be well in housing, NEVER!!!!!!

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  • @bystander – The EA (IMO) is Certifiable please ring the LSE and request that the men in white coats take him away before he harms himself.

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  • 5.1% ? Asking price?

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  • A convenient way of rolling up a raft of bad news from different sources into one story and then squirreling it away in “Other news”.

    You didn’t see that happening when the news was good – it got front page day after day after etc.

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