price bracket


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Noun1.price bracket - a category of merchandise based on their price
bracket - a category falling within certain defined limits
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The semi-detached Studley two-bedroomed semi in the pounds 45,500 price bracket is designed with first-time buyers in mind.
Flying attacker Zaha - who scored against the Royals at the weekend - is in the pounds 6m price bracket.
Many homebuyers looking to purchase a new home under the pounds 125,000 price bracket, to avoid paying stamp duty, are faced with relocating hundreds of miles away from family and friends as a result of the huge property price differences across the UK.
But we are not restricted by a price bracket and it is more a case of where a property has character and design and warrants an exclusive, bespoke marketing service.
Her designs currently sell for between pounds 75 and pounds 300, but she hopes to move into a higher price bracket after the competition on August 7.
Kelly's role involves liaising with customers to help find them their ideal home within their own specific price bracket.
The Californian company said the Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals, which debuted in 2002, had already proved popular in the 9 [pounds sterling] to 10 [pounds sterling] price bracket.
In the same price bracket is the Coniston housetype, its selling points including the 23 ft lounge with double doors to the garden.
The price bracket of the four BB10 powered devices is between Rs.
It's a great colour and long-lasting, but until now it's been out of most people's price bracket.
EXPERT predictions of higher demand for lower-priced property are being reversed by one city centre development City Residential has sold more than 65% of Villagate's Number 2 Temple Square, but the majority taken have been in the higher price bracket.
The most active sector in the Welsh housing market was in the pounds 80,000-pounds 99,999 price bracket.