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Did I hear right, Kirsty being interviewed about the introduction of seller packs.

"This will not help an already troubled market"

I feel strangely aroused!

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Yes, she sounded annoyed and indignant when she said “This will stagnate an already troubled market” but she was sensible enough to not wear a hat at the time. :lol:

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I was watching "A Place in the Sun" this weekend about Brits going to Europe to buy 2nd homes and thereby pushing up prices for the locals. At the end of the program it said the filming was done in 2002. Does that mean that the HPI died off over the Channel some time ago? Will Kirsty type shows begin to wane soon?

How about a new TV series: how to sell before things get too bad :lol:

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/news/pm/

listen to latest programme (it will only work today)

2.15 in approx intro

11.55 in approx report

i take issue with their description od allslop as a "property expert"

She said - "if a sellers pack is set up and a survey is done 8 months previously, if the house isn’t sold for quite a long time which is happening in our current stagnant market that survey will be out of date."

She does come across as being of decidedly average intelligence in my opinion.

FF

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May be she's eaten the hat, said she would if prices fell, remember?

As I recall, she said during the summer of 2004 that if prices didn't rise in the Autumn she'd eat ther hat.

Of course we weren't to know she was talking about THIS autumn. :ph34r:

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She said - "if a sellers pack is set up and a survey is done 8 months previously, if the house isn’t sold for quite a long time which is happening in our current stagnant market that survey will be out of date."

WTF?

Does a house fall to bits in eight months then?

:blink:

Edited by megaflop

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WTF?

Does a house fall to bits in eight months then?

:blink:

Most not, but think about former mining areas, subsidence can appear anytime. Or, another example, where I once lived, old chalkworkings could produce problems with no advance warning.

Likewise permission for some major development, a road or major supermarket, may have been applied for.

Edited by Mushroom

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