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West Suffolk Peaked In Summer 2004

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Fortunately I had the foresight to keep hold of a copy of every local property supplement published over the past 3 years.

Suffice to say, this is not a one off - trust me!

My god! you're a n a l.

Well done!

Bet your partner loves the stacks of old papers. :)

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Nice one Ianbe. We have been looking in that area for about months or more and we too have noticed an increasing number of properties being reduced in price or coming back on the market after a short period of being SSTC. We are now going to rent instead. Very encouraging to see more proof.


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