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How to sell your house faster

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Selling one’s property can be quite a strenuous and time-occupying task and after a certain time, it becomes very easy to get distracted by other pressing issues. That is why capitalising on every potential sales outlet is of utmost importance in today’s market.

That’s why the RE/MAX Priority brand is basically a no-brainer. Average sales take over 250 days to secure when properties are sold through an open agency agreement, whilst the Priority RE/MAX Listing Agreement decreases the selling time of your property by an average of 250% in comparison.

Selling your property with RE/MAX will allow you to benefit from the best price for your property, regular feedback, professional associate consultation and focused marketing techniques and ultimately help you avoid overspending on marketing, price-cuts and time-wasting.

Priority by RE/MAX also provides sellers the opportunity to have 3D imagery of the property (which increases exposure by up to 50 times), property staging, website development, a custom-made brochure, visual walkthrough and a newsletter delivered to over 10,000 subscribers.

The possibilities are endless and the moment is opportune. Secure the sale of your property in the least time possible with the most professional of services with RE/MAX Malta.

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Hamrun announce new signing with incredible video

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Yesterday, BOV Premier League champions Hamrun Spartans announced the signing of Malta international Luke Gambin. Luke has never played in Malta as his career has always been based in England. The player has dual nationality since he was born in the UK but has a Maltese family.

Hamrun announced the signing of Luke by placing him in a Michael Jackson inspired video. Whilst dancing to the Michael Jackson song Billy Jean, the player was slowly revealing the Hamrun kit under the black jacket.

This year the winger played with Newport County, where he helped them finish in a playoff position.  In 11 appearances for the team he scored 2 goals and provided 1 assist. However Luke was on loan at Newport from parent club Colchester United. Colchester decided not to extend his contract, so Hamrun swooped in and signed the exciting player.

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Ben Camille returning to host X Factor Season 3

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On Wednesday night, X Factor Malta confirmed that TV host and local personality Ben Camille will return to host the third season of the popular Maltese television show.

You won't believe what happened to Ben Camille during the past year…

A year later… and Ben felt ready to talk about his true feelings 🙄😂.. Ben Camille welcome back! Please don’t fall off stage this time round 🥳❌❌❌❌

Posted by X Factor Malta on Wednesday, 11 August 2021

Camille had hosted the first two seasons of X Factor Malta after becoming a household name in the Maltese media landscape, also previously hosting the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Malta in 2016.

Ben Camille will join returning hosts Ira Losco and Howard Keith Debono along with new faces Ivan Grech from Winter Moods and The New Victorians’ Philippa Naudi.

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9,000 people in Germany to be vaccinated again after nurse replaced vaccine with salt water

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Close to 9,000 German residents must be vaccinated yet again after a nurse swapped out the vaccine with a reportedly harmless saltwater solution, as reported by Metro UK.

German police have found that the nurse in question may have swapped the vaccine with a saline solution multiple times and have thus called for 9,000 people to receive another shot with the vaccine to be safe.

All of the people concerned were over 70 years of age and located in the same Schortens-Roffhausen region in Germany.

Deputy head of the Wilhelmshaven/Friesland police station Peter Beer has stated that authorities have contacted people who may have received the saltwater solution instead of the vaccine and patients who were jabbed with the saline solution are in no health risk.

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