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Agents welcome CMA probe into 'mis-selling' of leasehold properties

  • 17th May 2019
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The National Association of Estate Agents has welcomed the commitment by the Competition and Markets Authority to investigate the mis-selling of leasehold properties.

NAEA chief executive Mark Hayward says: “We welcome the investigation by the CMA into the mis-selling of leasehold properties, as for too long housebuilders and developers have not…
Source: Estate Agent News

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