Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Perfect time to buy ;-)

Scottish house prices fall 57.1%

he average house price for a property in Scotland fell by over six per cent in the first quarter of 2009

Posted by matt_the_hat @ 05:43 PM (1162 views)
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4 thoughts on “Perfect time to buy ;-)

  • japanese uncle says:

    No background statistics endorsing 57.1% HPC is provided. Though 57.1% is an eventual inevitability, this article seems a rubbish.

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  • letsgetreadytotumble says:

    Is this for real? Must be some mistake.
    The Registers of Scotland are the same as our Land Registry, BTW.

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  • And the prize for the worst house price article this year goes to aboutproperty.co.uk. Maybe the author was in a playful mood?

    Quote from the Evening news:

    “And the number of property sales has dropped by 57.1 per cent in a year”

    http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/breaking-edinburgh-news/City-house-prices-drop-by.5233924.jp

    The Evening News also say that prices fell by 10% since last year – not a bad start but not a real crash either.

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  • little professor says:

    Yep, it’s the number of sales that has fallen 57.1%, not the prices

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