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Buyers Queuing Up

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First it was the turn of the year...

Buyers had forsaken the market, but just wait until January.

Then it was Spring.....

They will flock back in droves once the spring starts.

Ah, it's the election ....

Of course, the election is what is holding back the flood.

Now it's Interest Rates....

With a massive £12 knocked off their monthly payment, they won't be able to resist.

There has to be a reason, you see.

It just cannot be that they are too F*CKING SENSIBLE TO BUY AT THESE PRICES.

Can it ?

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I'd say they just can't afford to buy at current prices.

I was looking at the RE agents window just this evening. The prices were obscene (I bags this description for house prices :) ). I live in an area where the vast majority of people live in relative poverty (according to the shadow federal treasurer) the asking price for a house is 9 - 11 times the national average. I can assure you that the average man on the street here is not on the average wage. In fact basic wage (half the average) is considered to be wealthy.

GCS15 has his hopes pinned on a succesful application with SMURF1976's State Ambulance provider :) Wish me luck (House prices are 3 times my start salary as a student :D )

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