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Dirk Diggler

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  1. 604! There are alot of agents in Exeter. How long before we see the smaller ones folding? Not soon enough in my opinion. I take it the flood of met office employees has now stopped!
  2. With the Sun it's only the headline that matters
  3. From todays favourite rag. Circulation 3,230,332 (Source: ABC) Readership 8,429,000 (Source: NRS) That should help!
  4. Article from www.thisisexeter.co.uk FEWER HOMES SELLING IN CITY 12:00 - 11 May 2005 House prices in Exeter have continued to rise - but some sellers have been warned that they may have to drop prices to secure a sale. And it is taking nearly twice as long to sell some houses as it did just 12 months ago. Estate agents are also reporting a drop in sales with the number of houses sold in the city having fallen by 40 per cent in the last year. The drop in sales was also witnessed across Devon as a whole, with a 34 per cent decrease in volume between January to March 2004 and the same period
  5. Less likely to crash, unlike house prices!
  6. Paul, Great to hear you have the same opinion as to were prices are heading/headed in this part of the world. Your right I have also noticed the sudden pick up in the market down here. Alot is coming on the market at the moment and some are shifting if there priced right. We sold our 3 bed house near the quay in july for 252, a very similar property in better nick three doors down has recently sold for 230! after being on the market for 3-4 months. Prices are coming down! and will continue to come down. Exeter house prices have been inflated because of a lack of supply, if you look around the
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