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The figures in the article are quite conflicting.

Rightmove said that the number of unsold properties was at its highest level for this time of year since it began to publish its survey in 2002. Each estate agent had an average of 67 homes on its books, up from 56 a month earlier, it said.

and then...

Yet the time that houses are on the market is falling - from 93 days to 82 days. Mr Shipside said that sales were being achieved, but at prices well below the peak of the boom.

If time on the market is falling, it's a surprise to see record number of homes on estate agents books.

There must be quite a rush to sell at the moment.

Either that or the figures are simply rubbish.

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The figures in the article are quite conflicting.

and then...

If time on the market is falling, it's a surprise to see record number of homes on estate agents books.

There must be quite a rush to sell at the moment.

Either that or the figures are simply rubbish.

Difficult to know what to make of it, dont forget that vendors need to stump up for a HIP so you might conclude that you have more serious vendors now than previously and if the numbers are up it shows that many want to jump ship which should start getting prices down

Although I read that many agents ae putting houses on the market before the HIP has been done

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