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Was down in Pembrokeshire yesterday and a local EA mentioned that they had run out of wall space as so many new properties had come on the market recently. Sounds like 'forced sellers' to me.

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Was down in Pembrokeshire yesterday and a local EA mentioned that they had run out of wall space as so many new properties had come on the market recently. Sounds like 'forced sellers' to me.

I didn't think EAs put .every. property that they had on their books on the wall???

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No doubt he'll put an ad in the local rag about "properties going through the roof". :rolleyes:

Our local EA has so many properties in the window that you can't see him playing FreeCell on his computer.

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I just looked at a glossy Surrey magazine with a full page EA ad showing about 20 properties with every one marked "sold." As you look at the pictures you see lots of trees with spring leaves and other blossoming plants. You would have thought they would use pictures from the previous winter's sales to make it look like they were recent?

Desparate measures for desparate times methinks..... :lol:

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No doubt he'll put an ad in the local rag about "properties going through the roof". :rolleyes:

Our local EA has so many properties in the window that you can't see him playing FreeCell on his computer.

your wasted on here M :D:D:D

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Was down in Pembrokeshire yesterday and a local EA mentioned that they had run out of wall space as so many new properties had come on the market recently. Sounds like 'forced sellers' to me.

Wow... they're expanding, as that EA bloke said a while ago "more properties are on the market than ever, it's booming!"

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