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Whatever Happened To "snapped Up" In The Media?

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Last time we had falling prices,every other house price article in the media seemed to contain some reference to "property" being "snapped up" (usually by "savvy investors" blah blah blah etc)

I can't recall seeing this phrase for months (Thankfully, because it usually makes me either angry or nauseous).

Anyone spotted it in the last six months or so, or is it just me blanking it out?

I'm hoping I see a subtle change in sentiment here, towards resignation.

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Last time we had falling prices,every other house price article in the media seemed to contain some reference to "property" being "snapped up" (usually by "savvy investors" blah blah blah etc)

I can't recall seeing this phrase for months (Thankfully, because it usually makes me either angry or nauseous).

Anyone spotted it in the last six months or so, or is it just me blanking it out?

I'm hoping I see a subtle change in sentiment here, towards resignation.

Even savvy has died a death!

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Saw it in the Sunday Times Home supplement which is bull-porn, of course. (The wife likes the other supplements leaving me to read the tripe written by David Smith, et al).

A successful young barrister had to be quick to 'snap up' a flat in Cambridge where prices have risen a gazillion percent and will never, ever drop...etc..

Can't post link (refuse to pay Murdoch more cash)

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Even savvy has died a death!

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Missed the ladder

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