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Crockers Market Research May 2008


Crockers Market Research

Hi ,
Welcome to the May 2008 issue of Crockers Market Research.
Issue 35 reveals:

* Sales numbers are the strongest indicator of slowdown

* Is this just an Auckland phenomenon?

* Are some Auckland areas more affected than others?

* How is this affecting rental levels?

Click here to download your issue; or visit www.crockers.co.nz for past research.

ENDS

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