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Working with Data on House Prices Dean Garratt Stephen Heasell Division of Economics Nottingham Business School
Chart 1: Simple Average House Price Source: Department of Communities and Local Government
Chart 2: Annual Rate of House Price Inflation, % Source: Department of Communities and Local Government
Chart 3: Mix-Adjusted and Simple Average House Price Source: Department of Communities and Local Government
Chart 4: Annual Rate of House Price Inflation, % Source: Department of Communities and Local Government
Chart 5: Consumer Expenditure Deflator Source: National Statistics
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