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Moneyweek Article From Ruth Jackson

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"Vendors of property are required to be more realistic in their sale price expectations," says Stuart Allan, a RICS member from Bishop Auckland.
It can't be a great time to be an estate agent. After a bounce at the start of the year, helped by record low interest rates and money printing, asking prices now need to fall. "Something fairly horrible is happening out there, and estate agents, like rifle-toting teenage volunteers in 1914, are right in the frontline," says Barney Ronay in The Guardian. In short, buyers are now back in the driving seat.

Apologies if this is a repost, I am new to this :blink:

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