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Fake Queue Outside Estate Agents

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John Davis of property consultants Davis and Armstrong, told the newspaper: "Everyone and his dog is trying to talk up the market so that people again feel panicked that they should get back on to the ladder

WTF? :blink:

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FPs Irish half brother?

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The order of the people in the queue changes between the photos too. Obviously non of them are real customers

:lol:

Edited by swankyman

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The order of the people in the queue changes between the photos too. Obviously non of them are real customers

:lol:

which suggests the newspaper was complicit?

they are also qing in front of the door!

Edited by moosetea

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not a fake queue.

a queue of fakes, into a fake business, with fake "experts" and fake product at fake prices financed by fake loans and fake valuations.

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not a fake queue.

a queue of fakes, into a fake business, with fake "experts" and fake product at fake prices financed by fake loans and fake valuations.

faking hell!!

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Well done that lad.

Not only did he make the papers he got on HPC too, he couldnt have dreamt such publicity :)

What are you babbling about now?

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They are full of good advice:

http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/Opinion-d...rket.4971852.jp

12th Feb 09

Mr Mitchell has defended a newspaper article that he wrote in November 2007, in which he said "there's never been a better time to buy houses", since when Ulster house prices have plunged another 30 per cent.

In the newspaper opinion piece, Mr Mitchell predicted a "fresh impetus" returning to the market in 2008.

It later turned out that house price falls had accelerated at the time and continued to do so through 2008.

Last October, Templeton Robinson again urged buyers "not to leave it too long" to buy as they "may miss the boat". Since then prices have continued to fall.

And earlier this week Mr Mitchell attacked those who suggested prices may continue falling.

Referring to his late 2007 advice that "there's never been a better time to buy", Mr Mitchell told the News Letter: "It depends how you qualify it.

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Never believe anything that a VI estate agent spouts....

Edited by Yorkshire Lad

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http://www.contractjournal.com/Articles/20...nts-photos.html

Anybody posted this already?

At least by paying these people,they are providing jobs in these difficult times.

Does anyone know if action will be taken against the developer or the estate agent? This surly is deception! The newspaper is not exactly snow white in this either, but then that's newspapers for you.

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This is real bottom of the barrel behaviour.

Remember business is out there to make money from the public - forget ethics, honesty and morals. Just sign on the dotted line!

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Are you sure that's not a dole queue running past an estate agent?

If they really want to bring business, put this lass in the queue...

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that wig doesnt suit her.

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Now I know why we have the saying 'sheeple' it must be good if people queue for it, don't want to miss out now, and miss the bargain. :lol:

Edited by winkie

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Saw an advert in a city newspaper in the south east for estate agent jobs; negotiators and mortgage consultants both senior and junior positions available (experience not necessary for junior positions) due to the rise in the housing market they were expanding their business in the south east. Do not know if this was a fake advert but for was for known local firm. :blink:

Risky jobs and risky business in these times. :unsure:

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The press release claimed: "A group of potential purchasers queued outside the Templeton Robinson estate agent's Lisburn Road office yesterday, preparing to register for an iconic apartment in the Sugar Walk complex, based in the heart of Cathedral Quarter in Belfast."

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