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Crockers Market Research 1/12/08

Welcome to the last issue of Crockers Market Research for 2008. Due to the holiday season, the next issue of Crockers Market Research will be February 2009. The team at Crockers wishes you a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday.

Inside the December issue:

• Westpac economist paints a mixed picture

• Auckland sales prices bounce back; and

• Rental levels soften
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