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Ea Admits Vedors Should Price At 25% Of Peak.

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Hi guys,

Driving home this afternoon listening to BBC radio WM. They have a quiz called the "workforce challange" were two companys compete in a quiz over five days.

Today some bloke from Portugal who sings at weddings and an estate agent.

The DJ interviews both candidates prior to the start of the quiz.

Danny Kelly the DJ asked the estate agent how much below peak vendors should price their properties.

Estate agent replied "25%".

I bet that pi55ed a few people off.

Suprised me realy an honest EA from 'find a property.com'

Spiney.

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Hi guys,

Driving home this afternoon listening to BBC radio WM. They have a quiz called the "workforce challange" were two companys compete in a quiz over five days.

Today some bloke from Portugal who sings at weddings and an estate agent.

The DJ interviews both candidates prior to the start of the quiz.

Danny Kelly the DJ asked the estate agent how much below peak vendors should price their properties.

Estate agent replied "25%".

I bet that pi55ed a few people off.

Suprised me realy an honest EA from 'find a property.com'

Spiney.

A 25% drop - just like that (Where's the shortages of properties and all the other EA ******** they were trotting out when talking up the market into oblivion and the destruction of their lemming selves?)

It shows how desparate they are to get the market going after they completely wrecked the housing market in conjunction with lenders, Govt and 'lured in' fick borrowers.

Don't offer more than 3x single 2x double income - coz interest rates (within a couple of years) will shoot back to their norm of 8-10% or even overshoot on the way up!

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