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Phil Spencer's Guide To House Viewing

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Phil Spencer's guide to house viewing

" A home is one of the largest purchases most people will make. First, Graham Norwood asks why so many spend so little time on it, then the television property expert gives a masterclass

Lucy Richardson is a woman in a hurry. At least she was on the day in April when she spent £425,000 in 15 minutes, buying a one-bedroom apartment. "It was the first and only place I saw. I'd spotted it on the web and didn't think I was in a rush to move. In theory this was to have been the first of many visits to properties over the coming months. But when I saw it, I knew it was very special," says Lucy. ...."

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Phil Spencer's guide to house viewing

" A home is one of the largest purchases most people will make. First, Graham Norwood asks why so many spend so little time on it, then the television property expert gives a masterclass

Lucy Richardson is a woman in a hurry. At least she was on the day in April when she spent £425,000 in 15 minutes, buying a one-bedroom apartment. "It was the first and only place I saw. I'd spotted it on the web and didn't think I was in a rush to move. In theory this was to have been the first of many visits to properties over the coming months. But when I saw it, I knew it was very special," says Lucy. ...."

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Whats the betting this Lucy doesnt even exist.

Who has £425k to spend? Especially on a 1 bed appartment and when average wages excluding London is a mere £25k

Only fools believe this tripe, (believe me there are a few.)

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