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House Sales Lowest For 30 Years!

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"Countrywide said there had been gradual improvement in property sales since the lows of last winter, adding that it was unusual for the number of newly arranged sales to be higher in November than October."

Might that be due to SIPPS?


Love this bit . . . .

"but predicted results would be in line with City expectations."

Edited by erranta

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House prices prompt city exodus!

"Soaring house prices could prompt an exodus of 10,000 families from Brighton and Hove - damaging its economy and leaving key public services in crisis."

"30,000 people - are considering quitting Brighton and Hove in the next three years!"

"Trade unions have warned that without more affordable homes the city could face a dire shortage of nurses, teachers, firefighters and police within three years."


Gordon Brown/Nu labour - I ask you

What have you done????

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Meanwhile, the Office of Fair Trading announced today that it has forced two Countrywide directors to improve their conduct and be more transparent in their dealings with consumers.

Mairi Eckford, Managing Director, Michael Miller, Sales Director, and Stuart Black, ex-Area Manager had breached the law surrounding estate agents' practice by failing to disclose their personal interest in new-build properties that they had bought and were selling via Countrywide.

why oh why have they allowed these people to carry on as directors!

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