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Foxtons Share Price And The Housing Market - Merged

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I'm not sure my heart is in this more.

It's like kicking a puppy that has fallen in a vat of hair gel while it's down.

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1 hour ago, Lambie said:

I'm not sure my heart is in this more.

It's like kicking a puppy that has fallen in a vat of hair gel while it's down.

Pull yourself together man. Cowboy up and carry on kicking, whilst laughing like a maniac. 

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31 minutes ago, Patient London FTB said:

Foxtons up 5% today to 69p, not clear why. 

There is that report of increased supply which (obviously) will lead to increased prices...

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5 minutes ago, Houdini said:

There is that report of increased supply which (obviously) will lead to increased prices...

Estate agents dont need increased prices they need increased transactions. Now increasing prices do lead to increasing transactions or actually the other way around. Especially those fixed fee jobbies. They really don't care about the price.

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10 minutes ago, Houdini said:

There is that report of increased supply which (obviously) will lead to increased prices...

Probably dulards reading the Halifax hpi report.

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26 minutes ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

Higher prices won't help them.

Indeed count if only you didn't have me on your blocked list you would have seen me make that point first!

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2 hours ago, Patient London FTB said:

Lol Foxtons touched 70p today then ended the day lower than yesterday's close

What the heck happened there? Back down to 66p at close.

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2 hours ago, rantnrave said:

New low 64.5

I think the new low will be when a large number of Foxton employees start doing animal pron online to pay the gas bill ...

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