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    Default Nationwide's House Price Index House Price Index July 2019

    Key points:

    - Slight slowing in the rate of annual house price growth to 0.3%

    - Modest 0.3% month-on-month rise, after taking account of seasonal factors

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    https://www.nationwide.co.uk/-/media...9/Jul_2019.pdf

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    So house prices are falling in real terms, even with approx 300,000 people (net migration) arriving who need a place to live.
    Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and were still at square one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    So house prices are falling in real terms, even with approx 300,000 people (net migration) arriving who need a place to live.
    They must all be renting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    They must all be renting.
    Someone must be buying the houses to rent to house 300,000 extra people per year. Clearly immigration is way to low. Boris should increase immigration to 10,000,000 per year and get house prices up.
    Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and were still at square one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Someone must be buying the houses to rent to house 300,000 extra people per year. Clearly immigration is way to low. Boris should increase immigration to 10,000,000 per year and get house prices up.
    I think those extras are living in slums. Acton's Local Web site

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