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1 in 4 sales now falling through costing £607m a year

The latest data estimates that property sales that fail before completion, or 'fall-through', are costing UK homebuyers £607 million every year. Worryingly, however, many are predicting that this number will rise even further as the stamp duty holiday deadline inevitably arrives.  Property platform, WiggyWam, says that there are an average of ...
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