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Had a "suggested post" on facebook today advertising a 1 bed apartment in the Obel Building.

Never seen this form of advertising property before, but with comments like

"I checked a 1 bed flat over a year ago. My cat liked it cos I couldn't swing him about. Looks a mess from the outside. Well overpriced. Sell them at half the price or give the rest to Clanmil etc. for social housing."

might not take long for EA to realise that social media might not be the best idea in the current climate to promote property.....

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On the other hand good for the consumer - would the EA be honest enough to give useful tidbits such as:

"Shame the apartments are freezing cold in the winter and like saunas in the summer!!! #shouldnothavecutcorners"?

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