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Brid soars to top of tables in property sales
Bridlington was among the country’s biggest property hotspots of last year, according to a national survey of house sales.
Several towns in parts of Northern England, the Midlands and Wales have seen house sale numbers head upwards this year, while Southern England has seen many of the biggest falls in sales.
Source: Bridlingtonfreepress Website

Property market to hit the brakes in 2016
Australian's golden run of property price growth will end "sharply" this year, predicts global credit agency Fitch Ratings.
In a new report, Fitch predicts that a combination of low affordability, exposure to US rate hikes, and prudential regulations will add up to a much slower rate of growth in a number of Asia-Pacific countries including Australia.
Source: Smh Website

Rancher: 'I didn't know anything' about Bundy entering property, destroying fence
BURNS — Tim Puckett, the rancher whose cattle graze private rangeland adjoining the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, said he didn't give Ammon Bundy and his band of armed militants permission to enter the ranch Monday afternoon and destroy a publicly owned fence.
"I am very upset," Puckett told The Oregonian/OregonLive.
Source: Oregonlive Website

Homeowner, 89, says he can't afford 119 per cent property value increase
Although property values for most homes in St. John's have increased between 11 and 27 per cent since the last assessment three years ago, an 89-year-old homeowner living off Mount Scio Road says his assessment has gone up a whopping 119 per cent.
John McCabe said he has been living on Pitcher's Path since the late 1950s and was the first person to build on the street.
Source: Cbc Website

Family sick of city treading on Stittsville property
An Ottawa woman is sick of the "state" encroaching on her elderly mother's Stittsville-area property.
Susan Kelly, along with her husband Terry, pleaded with council's built heritage subcommittee Thursday to not slap heritage protection on her mom's stone farmhouse at 5897 Fernbank Rd.

Source: Ottawasun Website