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Second Ea Closes

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Admittedly, this is a lesser coup than my first Tunbridge Wells EA closure, since this latest office to succumb was merely a sub-branch of an EA that still has another office open in the town, but it nonetheless shows that the market is continuing to slide in the south east, and I can't help but note with a wry smile that this was the branch specializing in properties for the first time buyer.

So, R.I.H. - erm, sorry, I mean R.I.P. - Denise Barnes: First Base

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Admittedly, this is a lesser coup than my first Tunbridge Wells EA closure, since this latest office to succumb was merely a sub-branch of an EA that still has another office open in the town, but it nonetheless shows that the market is continuing to slide in the south east, and I can't help but note with a wry smile that this was the branch specializing in properties for the first time buyer.

So, R.I.H.  - erm, sorry, I mean R.I.P. - Denise Barnes: First Base

Damn, I would have dearly loved to have browsed through that place with all those "bargains to be had", seems like we've "missed the boat" again.

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My colleague who lives TW says that office was only open a few months.  Is this accurate?

I thought it was more like a year, but yes, it was a short-lived enterprise indeed. What total jokers for launching an EA aimed at FTBs when no one can afford diddly squat round here at all.

That said, prices just keep on dropping... shame!

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