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The Iron Floor Under UK Property Prices - And When You Should Invest Again

The price of property is what someone is willing to pay for it. Or so the saying goes.But what determines the price that someone will pay?Well, until recently this was limited not by a capacity to pay – but by a willingness to chase up prices. 990 more words

The Diary of the Espresso Woman. Part 15.

Did I say that spending time with my cute downstairs neighbor guy made me come to my senses? That I got it all figured out… 414 more words

The Fiction Story

Levels of Betrayal: Hairdressers

There is a quote doing the rounds on Facebook at the moment. One of those ones that seems to get straight to the crux of the matter, you feel it in your soul, you make an involuntary sound of agreement and immediately click “share”. 1,391 more words

Betrayal

Bristol Pounds

Did you know about Bristol Pounds?

I didn’t until I read Dave Trott’s blog about them.  Here it is.

It’s a new currency.  A what goes on in Bristol stays in Bristol currency. 73 more words

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The Iron Floor Under UK Property Prices - And When You Should Invest Again

The price of property is what someone is willing to pay for it. Or so the saying goes.But what determines the price that someone will pay?Well, until recently this was limited not by a capacity to pay – but by a willingness to chase up prices. 990 more words

Chart of the Month - TIFF in a trough?

In recent years, Northern Ireland’s agriculture sector had been outperforming all other sectors. After the Credit Crunch, whilst other sectors of the economy such as construction and manufacturing were struggling badly, the agri-food sector was in rude health, benefiting from favourable exchange rates as well as strong global demand. 76 more words

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The Iron Floor Under UK Property Prices - And When You Should Invest Again

The price of property is what someone is willing to pay for it. Or so the saying goes.But what determines the price that someone will pay?Well, until recently this was limited not by a capacity to pay – but by a willingness to chase up prices. 990 more words