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IF it's sunshine, sandy beaches AND a sound property investment you're after, there's nowhere better than Bulgaria.
No, property remains way down the list of manifesto commitments which is a shame as the modern economy of Wales has a sound property market as one of its foundations, providing the principal security for funding.
THE house was a derelict barn and we converted it into an ecologically sound property - and now save money on energy bills.
7" screen, HTC BlinkFeed and HTC's industry-leading sound property, HTC BoomSound, said a statement from the company.
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Research by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has shown that here has been an increase in the demolition of perfectly sound property, largely as a result of liability to empty property rates and investment in new property has been discouraged.
This disposal suggests that demand for fundamentally sound property remains robust.
If the buyer requires a mortgage the buyer's solicitor is also asked to act on behalf of the mortgage lender to ensure their interests are protected in a legally sound property.
Many of our repeat clients are financially sound property owners who turn to us because of the ease and speed with which we complete transactions.
However, the modern economy has a sound property market as one of its foundations, providing as it does the principal security for funding.
Jackie Alderson, regional director of the RICS West Midlands, said: 'Property issues are second only to staff as a business overhead and a sound property strategy really can make the difference between a business flourishing or folding.
Essentially, public housing has been a model of governmental inefficiency, and the antithesis of sound property management.