Olumide Soroye - 25 February 2014

Olumide Soroye - 25 February 2014

Olumide Soroye
25 February 2014 by Real Estate Business 0 comments

Making news this week: A new online service predicts when consumers are planning to sell or buy; industry leader Anthony Toop says it will be years before electronic transactions take off in South Australia; and a Queensland agency's $220,000 settlement gift

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