Muddled thinking on HIPs must end

Dring, Alan
June 2007
Mortgage Strategy;6/4/2007, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses the issue concerning the negotiations between the Home Information Packs and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in Great Britain. The author argues that the idea of making the HIPs applicable to four-bedroom houses is nonsense and there is no clarity. He clarified that he four-bedroom house of HIP had no legal definition.


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