To buy or not to buy?

To buy or not to buy, that is the question?

By Ian Harris of Watsons in Norwich

……… And the answer for some is definitely “yes”!

Prices fell at the end of 2010 and there is now an excellent stock of well priced property available. Anyone requiring a

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not believe that there will a widespread fall in house prices over the next 12 months. There will be ups and downs, but I’m confident that we won’t see a plunge.”

Ian is on 01603 619916.

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