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Data doesn't seem to support a bubble?

Discussion in 'Property Market Economics' started by jafeica, 23rd Jun, 2015.

  1. jafeica

    jafeica Well-Known Member

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    How can you possibly derive any conclusions from that data set?
     
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  3. jafeica

    jafeica Well-Known Member

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    No conclusions drawn...
     
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    Amazing

    But i don't get it :p
     
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    Well said @sash ....activity happens on ground...way before data appears on computer
     
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    Spot on...by the time data is collected the market has moved...as you said you need to be hands on...

     
  9. Kevin Lam

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    That's correct. One of the issues with property is the lack of up to date information. It's not like the stock market where data is continuously updated to the minute.
     
  10. Eric Wu

    Eric Wu Mortgage Broker Business Member

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    agree to some extent, data is a reflection of past activities. however, usually these data are available 3 months after the activities on the ground, the question is how much will/has the market move/moved during the 3 months? also these data could not be looked alone, the trend is more important than a single snap of data.