Friday, April 9, 2010

One for str2007

Southampton house price slump shock

Last month house sales across the South East increased by 5.9 per cent compared to February, according to the latest Agency Express Property Activity Index. The study, which found that year-on-year house sales rose by 48.8 per cent compared to March 2009, reported that over the same period house sales in Southampton slumped by 25 per cent, to their lowest level for two years. London saw a 5.4 per cent increase in monthly house sales in March with Brighton experiencing a rise of 3.8 per cent.

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3 thoughts on “One for str2007

  • if they can’t tell the difference between changes in the number of houses that sold, and changes in the prices of houses sold, then it really isn’t worth reading.

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  • Employment not good in Southampton maybe? Or just difficult to commute from?

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  • If Southampton was in the North of England it would be labelled a dump similar to Bradford, Middlesbrough etc.

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