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the price at which something is offered for sale

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In London, asking prices also surged to a new alltime high of PS620,003 - a figure which is PS4,888 higher than a previous record set in July.
Rightmove's report showed that several areas of England and Wales saw sellers increase their asking prices in August, with a 1.
However, Zoopla's house price index estimates that the average value house in the area is actually PS173,000 meaning that the current asking prices in Coventry are 21 per cent higher than expected.
Asking prices have recorded a typical monthly fall of 0.
Despite the drop, asking prices in the capital are still 10.
The average asking price in Dublin has gone up by 4.
A new record was also set in London, where average asking prices have reached PS552,530, which is PS8,298 above the capital's previous high reached last October.
Westminster and Camden, where average asking prices were above PS1 million, were also among Rightmove's worst-performing are facing prices areas in London in March, while Barnet and Hounslow, with prices around PS600,000-plus, were among the best.
On a quarter-over-quarter basis, home asking prices were up by 3.
Rightmove's House Price Index reports a fourth consecutive monthly average asking price increase, with a 2.
Greater competition to attract buyers amid "muted demand" has prompted the largest July fall since 2008 when asking prices fell 1.
Property website Rightmove said average property asking prices fell by nearly Au7,000 to Au222,410 in the four weeks to December 4, the biggest December fall since the 3.
Now, with plenty of supply and falling prices, sellers are lowering asking prices and scurrying to doll up their homes to lure buyers who are comfortably back in the saddle and using their newfound leverage to take revenge.
If your 120-bed facility produces a net operating margin of 23% of revenues, and the other facility only yields a 16% margin, there should be big differences in the asking prices per bed - if the asking price for the lower margin facility were, for example, $25,000 per bed, the asking price for your facility could easily be $35,900, and potentially much more.