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The Negotiator magazine back issues

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PROPERTYdrum magazine back issues

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  1. Hopefully for all stakeholders the deal will go through, though like many sales that are preceding at present, a number will fail to get over the line by the 31st of March. Having worked for Countrywide in its prime, and within the Connells/Sequence fold – if the deal does happen, there will at last be an extremely capable, resolute, focused and forward facing team in the c-suite of the largest agency in the UK, replacing the sad vacuum of talent that Countrywide has fielded for half a decade. Agency is changing and it will be interesting to see how Dinosaur Countrywide – can be modernised in the digital age, where the consumer now demands an Amazon quickness to service and delivery.

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