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Just looking at some Auction property and noticed the article here on the Romans web site. Romans have a large presence around Surrey/Hampshire for those of you who are unfamiliar with them.

By 'Correct' they obviously mean 'Realistic' or indeed 'Low' but are doing so without scaring off all the sellers... Its good to see Estate Agents getting real about where we are and encouraging sellers to do the same.

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Just looking at some Auction property and noticed the article here on the Romans web site. Romans have a large presence around Surrey/Hampshire for those of you who are unfamiliar with them.

By 'Correct' they obviously mean 'Realistic' or indeed 'Low' but are doing so without scaring off all the sellers... Its good to see Estate Agents getting real about where we are and encouraging sellers to do the same.

I think the main factor behind it is the sales/stock ratio falling.

The number of houses for sale in the EA's books is to high now, and still growing. The EA are starting to "select" sellers. The agents prefer to work with a realistic seller, of course. :)

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Just looking at some Auction property and noticed the article here on the Romans web site. Romans have a large presence around Surrey/Hampshire for those of you who are unfamiliar with them.

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I once worked for an ex Romans manager.

He was sharp, hardnosed and brutal. But too soft for Romans it seemed...

If they have turned on the sellers, expect carnage.

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