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When Are The Ir's Annouced ?

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This week has been really, really busy. Not much today but 16 sales for this month, which is excellent business.

BUT these are new houses coming onto the market which are dropping in asking price and actual price, maybe only 5% but it's a start. We've still got the same old rubbish that has been on 12 months + and they are reducing slowly but it'll be a painful process.

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Whats the general mood like in the office?

Do they acknowledge the new houses are actually cheaper than they would have been 12 months ago or so, or is it just "attractive" sales tactics.

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Whats the general mood like in the office?

Do they acknowledge the new houses are actually cheaper than they would have been 12 months ago or so, or is it just "attractive" sales tactics.

Really, really positive everyone is doing well and earning commision (bugger all BTW), the penny won't drop for sometime by which time I will have left, it is doing my head in now, much as I'd like to to sacrifice myself for the cause I'm afraid I'll stick my head in the gas oven if I have to stick this out for 6 months.

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The customers don't tend to negotiate most are paying full asking price and going interest only, they don't seem to have the guts to even make a reasonable offer.

We make most commision by selling them a mortgage the house sale is almost irrelevant compared to the mortgage to the company as a whole.

It is really sad and I am sure that even you must think it's a shame seeing young people in their early 20's signing up to a mortgage which they can't afford at the moment and a .5% rise in IR's would wipe them out.

I could point to so many family based forums where people are loosing their homes, now.

I want a reasonably priced family home but not the carnage that must happen now.

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The customers don't tend to negotiate most are paying full asking price and going interest only, they don't seem to have the guts to even make a reasonable offer.

We make most commision by selling them a mortgage the house sale is almost irrelevant compared to the mortgage to the company as a whole.

It is really sad and I am sure that even you must think it's a shame seeing young people in their early 20's signing up to a mortgage which they can't afford at the moment and a .5% rise in IR's would wipe them out.

I could point to so many family based forums where people are loosing their homes, now.

I want a reasonably priced family home but not the carnage that must happen now.

Do you post on this site while at work?

If so, that's a uber risk!

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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