Thursday, Dec 17, 2009

New figures from a leading property website show value of UK homes has grown £39 billion in 2009

Times online: House prices rising £4 a day

The value of UK homes has risen by £39 billion this year, after slumping £811 billion in 2008, figures from Zoopla, a leading property website, show.

Posted by matt_the_hat @ 10:12 AM (1121 views)
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1. str 2007 said...

Have just come to the Blog via the homepage and noted the house price graph and also that houses seem to have hit the long term trend line and bouced off it. As opposed to the massive overshoots we've seen in the past.

Not to say it won't drop again next year though. Particularly when everyone gets their heads around just how much debt the country's in.

Thursday, December 17, 2009 10:19AM Report Comment
 

2. ontheotherhand said...

This story has got Zoopla publicity in the FT, Times, Express, Independent and Reuters so far as well as websites. Strangely enough, the more negative stories they wrote back when the market was bad got them very little free publicity. What's the lesson here to Zoopla? I can't find the methodology on their website anywhere for this 39 billion claim, but who cares about accuracy when you can get free publicity?

Thursday, December 17, 2009 11:18AM Report Comment
 

3. greenshootsandleaves said...

Now there's a thought:: day-on-day property prices!

Thursday, December 17, 2009 11:29AM Report Comment
 

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