What does 'Annual Property Cycle' mean when buying a property?

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Annual Property Cycle

This models the way in which the housing market is traditionally quieter in the Winter and Summer and busier during the Spring and Autumn.

There are full details of this model and how you can use it to your advantage in my ebook How to Really Buy a Property.

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"... most frequently misleading reports are based on land registry, a popular source because their figures are definitive. Definitive, but out of date. Even so this is how the media reports versus the reality of the annual property cycle in which prices rise and fall twice a year (the annual property cycle is covered in the chapter Understanding the Property..."

"... the Spring of 2004 and Autumn of the same year in Clapham is common to the Annual Property market and this is covered below. The annual property cycle - Know the annual cycle, be prepared for it, and you will buy wisely no matter what your needs are. Despite what the media might say..."
"... capital gain. Defiantly some change areas and start the whole cycle all over again! The pattern of the annual property cycle is shown graphically on the next page as a representation of what happens. Despite what the media reports, prices actually rise and fall throughout the year. These..."
"... or mortgage applications and these can refer to sales which were agreed any time from one week to six months previously. - Variations in the annual property cycle - The annual property cycle is knocked off course from time to time by outside events which cause a loss of confidence in..."
"... - Variations in the annual property cycle - The annual property cycle is knocked off course from time to time by outside events which cause a loss of confidence in property, just as some events cause the price of stocks and shares to plunge. Recent examples include the 9/11 attacks on the..."

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