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http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/09/08/redrow-results-idINASN0009X120150908


'Help to Buy' boosts builder Redrow with above-expected profit rise

British housebuilder Redrow exceeded expectations on Tuesday as it posted a 53 percent rise in full-year pretax profit, spurred on by the government's "help to buy" scheme designed to help younger and first-time buyers purchase a property.

http://www.dailypost.co.uk/business/business-news/flintshire-firm-redrow-tops-1bn-10010381

Flintshire firm Redrow tops £1bn turnover for first time

Housebuilder has delivered record results after seeing house sales and house prices increase

Flintshire housebuilder Redrow has smashed through the £1bn turnover mark for the first time as house sales and prices rise.

well at least the props are working for who they were designed for

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http://www.dailypost.co.uk/business/business-news/flintshire-firm-redrow-tops-1bn-10010381

Housebuilder has delivered record results after seeing house sales and house prices increase

Flintshire housebuilder Redrow has smashed through the £1bn turnover mark for the first time as house sales and prices rise.

well at least the props are working for who they were designed for

..help FTBs to lose money as prices fall....?....true this is not 'help'.............. :rolleyes:

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http://www.dailypost.co.uk/business/business-news/flintshire-firm-redrow-tops-1bn-10010381

Housebuilder has delivered record results after seeing house sales and house prices increase

Flintshire housebuilder Redrow has smashed through the £1bn turnover mark for the first time as house sales and prices rise.

well at least the props are working for who they were designed for

MOst countries use ghovernment subsidies to hammer down prices.....not in ROB though.

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