"This inevitably brings supply and demand back into the market place forcing prices back up. 2009 therefore, is a good time to buy whilst there are some distressed sales and good buys around.
"Once these have gone, they will probably never be as reasonably priced again. Some people are delaying as they wait for someone to shout ‘the market has hit rock bottom’ it simply does not work like that, sometimes you have to go with your gut feeling."
"However, for those willing to commit there are some exceptional opportunities to secure luxurious homes of the highest calibre in stunning locations.
"We recently had a property in St Tropez that was reduced from 4.8million euros to 3.7million euros and in the space of two weeks we had no fewer than three offers.
"These were buyers who two to three years ago, when they began their search, were totally priced out of this particular type of high-end home; now they are the ones seeing real value in the market.
"To help serious buyers evaluate the price marketing of our properties we have looked at all the stock taken on before the crash at the end of 2008 and have clearly detailed the value of each individual property when it came to the market, the new price and the percentage drop where we can.
"As far as I am aware we are the ONLY Company to be demonstrating this to our customers. New properties taken on are priced at figures that reflect the current market."
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