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The bringing forward of Budget Day is to be welcomed, as market confidence has deteriorated badly over recent months.

6th September, 2008

The bringing forward of Budget Day is to be welcomed, as market confidence has deteriorated badly over recent months.

Our property market has suffered some major setbacks over the last year, aggravated by the credit crunch and continuing economic recession.

However, the measures introduced by the government on Budget Day must be made retrospective to the beginning of September, so that buyers can do deals now and benefit from any changes that are introduced on...

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