Prices tumble as lots churn

April 2009
EG: Estates Gazette;4/11/2009, Issue 914, p43
Trade Publication
The article reports on the state of real estate auctions in Great Britain in the first quarter of 2009 based on figures from the Essential Information Group. It is noted that the percentage of properties sold peaked at 72 percent average, which reflects combined residential and commercial success rates. On the other hand, revenues fell by 68 percent between January and March in Scotland. Figures were also down by 40 percent in London, England.


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