Tuesday, May 1, 2012

For March 2012

House Price Index

Index 257.3 Average price £160,372 Monthly change -0.6% Annual change -0.6%

Posted by dill @ 11:23 AM (4422 views)
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11 thoughts on “For March 2012

  • London -1.8% MoM

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Starting to look reliable, fingers crossed for NW and HBOS.

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    Knight Frank, your boys took one hell of a beating.

    It’s been a while since both MoM and YoY were reliable, yet reliable they are. Jolly good LR, keep up the good work.

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  • happy mondays says:

    Is it a trend or a blip.. The housing market has been teasing me for years.

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  • happy mondays says:

    Is it a trend or a blip.. The housing market has been teasing me for years.

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  • cliff edge getting nearer

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  • I know it means a three month wait but this is the only accurate measure. No asking prices, not just mortgage approvals, includes cash purchases and auctioned properties – only based on concrete transactions. Pun intended. All the others are vague indicators at best.

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  • Can we have a graph please PHD? Thank you!

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  • So they are more or less unchanged??

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  • sceneclub68 says:

    How do they get a 5.6% MOM price rise for the North-east? A quick scan of the list suggests that nowhere in the region rose by anything like that much…in fact, they were all broadly flat or falling.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Mapp, I’m sure PhD will update once NW and HBOS figures are out. If HBOS figures show a fall, they usually wait until the morning of the MPC interest rate announcement to try and put a bit of pressure on for more QE and money sloshing generally.

    The MPC meeting is not until next Thursday (because of elections tomorrow, I think) so we might be in for a wait…….

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