It’s a house; it’s not on the house: Lessons from the property market

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The property market isn't for sissies. Interest rates may be down, but it doesn't mean it's a done deal. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
The property market isn't for sissies. Interest rates may be down, but it doesn't mean it's a done deal. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

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You have no idea how many people there are out there with hours to waste until you put your house on the market. Not to mention the nosy neighbours who just want to poke around, and the bargain hunters.

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