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Bargains in a buyers’ market

It has become a buyers’ market. Vendors are experiencing longer delays in selling property and estate agents have been quietly dropping the asking prices of properties that they cannot shift.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
11th November, 2006

It has become a buyers’ market. Vendors are experiencing longer delays in selling property and estate agents have been quietly dropping the asking prices of properties that they cannot shift. In some cases those drops have been substantial, amounting to as much as 33 per cent.

As uncertainty prevails, are there bargains to be had, or has the market already peaked?

In recent months estate agents have blamed everything from the Ryder Cup and Tanaiste...

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