Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Nationwide is still BOBBINS!

October house prices down 0.9 per cent since September: average house price in England and Wales now £159,999

The October data shows that London is again the only region in England and Wales to experience an increase in its average property value over the last 12 months with a movement of +0.3 per cent. The North East experienced the greatest annual price fall of -7.2 per cent.

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6 thoughts on “Nationwide is still BOBBINS!

  • To buy, or not to buy. That is the question!

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  • little professor says:

    @1 what does that even mean

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  • I would suggest one of the following paths:

    1. Do not buy property. Invest your money instead.

    2. Borrow as much as you can leverage your self up to the max.

    Flip a coin, one or the other method will work. Heads you win tails you lose.

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  • Nevermind.

    I have seen many times a fantastic graph on here that pulls the LR figures forward to match Halifax and Nationwide. Can anyone remember who pulls it together?

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  • PHD! I see the graph on another thread (just without updated LR) – sorry!

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  • The problem is that it is almost impossible to buy a house unless you are prepared to pay well over the odds for it. We offered on a house this week. The owners want to sell and get on with their retirement, but are waiting for someone to offer over half a million for their property. That is a mighty lot of money for a four bed house close to the street on a main road. No nice grounds or fancy driveway. Nice house, but not exceptional. Trouble is one exceptional house sells in an area, and ever owner of a nice buy ordinary house wants an exceptional price for theirs. They are in cloud cuckoo land and the market is stagnant.

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