Have Your Say map: Your property plans

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The price of UK homes rose by 1.9% in January, compared to December, according to the Halifax.

However it warned that one month's figures did not indicate an end to the downward trend in prices, which it says have dropped 17.2% in the past year.

The average house price has now reached £163,966, according to the Halifax.

Last week, a survey by Nationwide suggested house prices fell by 1.3% in January, and they said job worries were putting off people buying homes.

Are you planning to sell your home or buy one this year? Or are you waiting for the prices to fall further? Tell us your property plans and help us map the property mood in the UK.

The map is part of a trial to find new ways of showing comments sent in by our readers.

Did you like this map? Tell us what you think here.

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