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This happened just before the top of the last bubble.

By the time it came to putting legislation together, the crash

had happened, and it got watered down to making them use

less flowery language to describe propeerties.

Of course they have an industry body and their own

voluntary 'code of conduct', so who needs regulation :-/

ABB

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There's an interesting read on C4 Teletext, chack the City section p501. On 503 there was a read about how many people see EAs days as being numbered...woo-hoo! Underneath it, is an article about how buying a property is the main priority for the young. Commissioned by the Yorkshire BS, of course.

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There's an interesting read on C4 Teletext, chack the City section p501. On 503 there was a read about how many people see EAs days as being numbered...woo-hoo! Underneath it, is an article about how buying a property is the main priority for the young. Commissioned by the Yorkshire BS, of course.

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There will always be a market for EAs in specialist and niche sectors of the property market.

But the bog standard EA who sells Mr Smith's semi to Ms Jones - he's going to be working for Tesco (property section or deli counter).

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its too late to now look to blame a section of the trough.

how about blaming the PR and the public. EAs are simply a conductor for greed.

but its good to single them out as it cant be OUR fault.

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But the bog standard EA who sells Mr Smith's semi to Ms Jones - he's going to be working for Tesco (property section or deli counter).

Do you think Tesco EAs are going to be any better?

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