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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 20° Min 11° Used vehicles in demand for New Zealand consumers Nielsen, Fuseworks April 22, 2014, 9:58 am Fifty-two percent of New Zealand online consumers plan to buy a new or used car in the next two years,
Dave, We listed our home for sale about 3 weeks ago and it sold in the first week for what we were asking. I was elated, but my husband keeps saying we sold it too cheap. I keep telling him it was just the right buyer, but he says it was underpriced.
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Consumer protection is coming into focus both globally and here in the UAE as it concerns the socio-economic, legal and administrative sectors. The importance attached to consumer protection reflects the scale of the present challenges faced by the
Once that five years is up borrowers will start to pay a low rate of interest on their loan, starting at a rate of 1.75 per cent. The map shows the proportion of new homes bought using a Help to Buy equity loan Concerns have been raised over the
Mr Bloxham and Adam Richardson said in the report. "It may, in fact, be the case that food prices have the potential to outperform relative to metals and energy prices in coming years, as growing middle class incomes continue to boost demand." The
The SA National Consumer Union (Sancu) said strong public opposition against the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) could have been avoided had it heeded its call to rethink the e-toll process. It said in a statement on Thursday that complaints
Tribune reporter Author and Yale Law professor Amy Chua, known as "Tiger Mom" for her intense and sometimes cutthroat parenting style, discussed the impact of parenting on a global scale in a discussion Wednesday morning at the Palmer House Hilton.
The U.S. housing sector is likely to experience an uneven recovery over the next five years, with some local markets bouncing back faster than others, according to a study released on Wednesday...Among the 50 largest metropolitan areas where housing
Being disorganized can lead to impulse spending, as can buying lottery tickets. Meanwhile, loneliness can cause materialism, and just thinking of how something smells can induce you to buy more. Those are findings from just a few academic studies