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Some Quotes From The Recent Rics Survey

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Buried at the end of the RICS "Housing Market Survey UK" are the following comments from surveyors in the SW which I thought might be of interest....

"The gap between asking prices and achieved prices appears to be growing, thereby indicating that prices have recently dropped" Totnes, South Devon.

"The market continues to be tough but we have continued to agree sales where vendors have been realistic with their asking prices" Wadebridge, Cornwall

"There is a slight increase in market activity but this is assumed to be seasonal and is not at a level first hoped for. This does not bode well for the autumn and end of the year where I expect the weakness of the market to be fully exposed." Wimborne, Dorset

"Vendor expectations are mostly above what buyers are prepared to pay without any pressure to reach compromise there is currently a stalemate." Exeter, Devon

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