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Quick sales could boost slow market

Jones Lang LaSalle is targeting investors who need to make a fast sale to appease their banks, writes Dick O’Brien.

8th November, 2008

Jones Lang LaSalle is targeting investors who need to make a fast sale to appease their banks, writes Dick O’Brien.

Irish investors in British commercial property who have been hit by the downturn in the market and are under pressure from their banks are being targeted by a new service from estate agent Jones Lang LaSalle, which offers the potential for a quick sale via auction.

According to John Moran, director of capital...

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