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Not sure but remember apart from London where the savings can be thousands then fixed fee wouldn't be too different to a percentage based route anyway. I don't think ea have the high overheads people think. Another three have opened on my high street this year alone which I think makes over 10 in a reasonably smallish town. I know of only one closing in…

Quick one with regard to Purplebricks. One of my local agents has just gone fixed fee and I'm seeing a lot more 'traditional' estate agents doing the same. Especially new ones on the block. A friend owns a letting business and is starting sales within the next year. He'll be doing fixed fee. i think local estate agents are finally twigging and wonder how this…

Pretty sure I saw something with him saying he's looking for sites where they can charge £8-10 for a cocktail. That seems remarkably simplistic and cocky. Can't find it now but it did strike a cord. Found this now :

Roger. Sorry didn't read your blog but its nowt to do with management betair and paddy power have the best in the game bar none and are head and shoulders above the rest bar 365. As I said single events kind of look after themselves generally as the books balance but that doesn't mean the books will win as the amount of money wagered isn't…

You've obviously not been a bookie rog. Margins are wafer thin. Yes books balance but that's only for individual races / events it's the accumulators that can't be balanced and this is the majority of where losses occur. Bookies can't lay off everything. If you make a book at 120% round but everyone backs the winner it don't matter what your percentage is! Take a…

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