Tuesday, August 30, 2011

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House prices fall as demand weakens across UK

The fall came as the number of new buyers registering with estate agents fell 1.2% in August, compared to 1.1% growth in July, as demand for new housing weakened, property analyst Hometrack said. Elsewhere, the survey showed the percentage of properties being sold for the asking price dropped from 92.7% in July to 92.5% in August, while sales agreed fell by 3.6% and the time properties were on the market increased to 9.5 weeks last month from 9.4 weeks in July.

Posted by mark @ 11:05 AM (1516 views)
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  • Bad journalism. “…the survey showed the percentage of properties being sold for the asking price dropped from 92.7% in July to 92.5% in August” is not true. 92.5% refers to the average amount of asking price achieved.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Reliable 🙂

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  • Not half reliable enough ;~)

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  • Definitely not as reliable as finding comments in these types of articles with the word “reliable” written by someone

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