house factor

house factor

n
(Professions) a Scot term for estate agent
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A house factor is a Scottish term for which profession?
We then pick the identification that gives the largest impact of monetary policy shocks on the house factor, thereby showing an upper bound on the importance of policy shocks.
Our VAR consists of six variables: the house factor, total reserves, CPI inflation, GDP growth, the thirty-year mortgage rate and the Federal Funds rate.
SUGGESTIONS of a `Pond House factor' over the treatment of Martin Pipe-trained hurdlers has been dismissed as "nonsense" by BHB handi-capper Phil Judge, writes Tony Elves.
Her husband, a house factor, died a few years later and it seems probable that the firm was founded in the knowledge that the head-of-household's health was failing and in the realisation that the husband's employment could not be continued by his widow.
And Murray River's owner David Johnson yesterday complained of a "Pond House factor", and hit out at the handicapper Phil Judge's treatment of the Pipe team.
Pipe was not available for comment yesterday, but Johnson said: "It's unbelievable-I can't believe there's not a Pond House factor in the way horses are being handicapped.
Back in 1907, William Redpath Bruce set up as a House Factor from a one roomed office in West Regent Street.
If you exclude the associated travel problems and just consider the in house factors from time of arrival there may be improvement.