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Housing Market Loses £500M

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"Families trying to sell their homes have slashed a massive £500million off the asking price since the beginning of August, research has revealed.

It warned many people are becoming increasingly 'desperate' to sell amid fears that house prices could be set to plunge, or because their family finances are at breaking point.

The research found more than one in three sellers have cut the asking price 'at least once' since it was put up for sale this year.

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"Families trying to sell their homes have slashed a massive £500million off the asking price since the beginning of August, research has revealed.

That co-incides with what I have been seeing in my search areas.

Each day I have done a search recently with property bee, there seems to be pages and pages of reductions added.

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