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"now Is A Good Time To Buy"

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the lytham and st annes weekly property supplement had that headline

the first line of the articel was ..." .. according to experts "

yet there was no mention of who actually these experts were

its all a pack of lies designed to con idiots

the property business, like most of the finance industry in this country, is criminal theft.

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I am not sure I understand this--I could be missing something. I thought economic prudence dictated that you buy when low and SELL when high. Aren't prices high right now? :blink:

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'Now is a good time to det your hair cut' according to hairdressing experts. I'm getting mine done tomorrow.

I wonder what prostitutes are advising...

Billy Shears

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I wonder what prostitutes are advising...

Billy Shears

Gordon might know as he is planning to tax prostitution as part of the "Big Tax Grab" to make up for all the lost revenue from the companies he is forcing out of Britain.

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This is simple a standard part of any economic slump. The first part of the drop when everyone sees the change and at which point professionals save their backsides at the expense of the amateurs. If a bunch of FTBs now jump in and buy hyper-inflated 2 bed flats at 10% off, some of the speculator BTLs will be saved before the roller coaster starts going for the real drop. Now is a good time to buy if you have never seen a crash before, and don't mind having your pockets picked by a bunch of confidence-trick speculators who are rushing for the door.

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Remind me, just what do salespeople do?

Ah, the haze of Bacchus clears, they sell things.

'Nuf said.

I have, in my time, indulged in the noble art of selling.

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