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MOVE.com, by its own account America's second biggest property site, is launching in the UK in September.

We know this because Weber Europe sent us an email saying it has won the UK PR account for the company.

MOVE.com wraps a community blanket around its core business of property listings, supplying tips on
"buying, selling and moving house, arranging mortgages or home-improvement loans". There is also stuff about schools and local amenities.

Will this be enough for MOVE.com to punch its way into the increasingly overcrowded UK residential property Web site sector? Who knows - but it certainly won't be helped by the cool breeze beginning to flow through a previously overheated housing market.

MOVE.com is backed by Cendant. ®

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