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Share Price: 154.60Bid: 154.50Ask: 154.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Taylor Wimpey
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.13%Open: 156.50High: 158.50Low: 154.10Yesterday’s Close: 154.60


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Bazzaman
Posts: 616
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Price:145.10
TW
2 Mar '15
Here we go
 
Cristaledge
Posts: 23
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Price:145.10
Monday
2 Mar '15
Good start for a Monday morning an the expectation is it will continue to go high this week!
Aylesburysfinest
Posts: 35
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:144.50
Share Price
1 Mar '15
Expecting share price to rocket up Monday.
TheCat2014
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Price:144.50
I found this quite interesting.
1 Mar '15
Helena6
Posts: 344
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Price:144.50
TheCat2014
1 Mar '15
Hi I make it that with a 20% deposit and a joint income of about 58,000. I think
Cristaledge
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Price:144.50
Average
1 Mar '15
That is the price of a starter home where I live. A lot of money to find if your are a FTB and have a student loan! Maybe good news though for TW. Off on my travels again so will have to grab wifi along the way to get the update on Tuesdays news. Good luck to everyone.
TheCat2014
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RE: Wow share price
1 Mar '15
If that's average then I must be Oliver!
TheCat2014
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RE: Wow share price
1 Mar '15
Wow,£218,000 as an average. That's amazing! My god,some people are on serious money!
Iceguy
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Price:144.50
Wow
28 Feb '15
Should say !!
Wow share price riser
Iceguy
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Wow share price
28 Feb '15
First-time buyers aged under-40 will be given the chance to buy a starter home at a 20% discount under a new Government scheme.

Planning rules for under-used brownfield sites will be relaxed from Monday in return for developers using the land to build properties to sell at 80% of the market value.

The scheme could save potential buyers tens of thousands of pounds, as the average cost of a first home is currently £218,000.

The Prime Minister said the discount "could be a real game-changer for many aspiring home-owners".

About 45 developers have so far expressed an interest in taking advantage of the move, that would save them around £15,000 per home in obligations.

Suggested designs for the new homes have been compiled by a panel including leading architects Sir Terry Farrell and Sir Quinlan Terry based on the best from around the country.





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