Sunday, April 24, 2005

If the price is right

Overpriced Properties Won't Sell
"There are a lot of historically overpriced properties on the market which will remain so, but where a vendor is willing and the purchaser is keen, deals are being readily done. If agents are overvaluing homes to get instructions they are doing their sellers no favours at all.
"However the very best houses in suffolk are in such demand that they sell immediately, providing of course that they are of the right price and quality and in the right location.
"This survey shows that the market is a little sluggish as people mistakenly believe that house prices are going to fall.
"However if history dictates, the months following an election usually enjoy much higher levels of activities than the months before, regardless of which party gets elected, and this is sure to boost the market."

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