Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Mid-week at the Comedy Club – Cluttons “top of the bill”

Property shortage driving quick sales, says Cluttons

A shortage of properties on the market in Central London is driving quick sales and some price stabilisation, reports estate agency Cluttons. Cluttons says that many would-be sellers have put off marketing their properties as they are worried about receiving a lower than expected valuation...............................

Posted by jack c @ 03:41 PM (1132 views)
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4 thoughts on “Mid-week at the Comedy Club – Cluttons “top of the bill”

  • Keep waiting and counting the cost gluttons!

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  • How come prices in Central London keep plummeting then?

    Is the ‘stabilisation’ they talk of relating to the fact that prices are racing even more quickly to the bottom?

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  • Maybe I should have titled this one Cluttons Comedy Club Contradictions – “Buyers are keen to take advantage of low long-term fixed rates currently available, before the market begins to slow again in the second half of the year when interest rates and unemployment are expected to rise”

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  • Property shortage in central London? I heard the first time buyers are non-existant in the market right now. Wait a minute what am I talking about first time buyers in central London?

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