14.10.2007 RichardSexton's black-and-white images of the marshes, forests and bayous of the American Gulf Coast are captured in his new book, Terra Incognita. In the early 90s, Sexton moved from San Francisco to New Orleans and ...
12.09.2012 [The Advocate] - RichardSexton, Randy Harelson and Brian Castello, authors of “New Roads and Old Rivers: Louisiana's Historic Pointe Coupee Parish,” will be on hand to autograph copies of their book, which will be on sale for $45 per copy Saturday. Then on Sunday
08.09.2012 [The Guardian] - Yet, according to RichardSexton, business development director of e.surv: "No house in the UK has fallen down because of knotweed. Yes, it grows like billio and can exploit holes and cracks but there's an element of scare stories that has made the
06.09.2012 [FXstreet.com] - To the downside, “More stops below July low at 79.48 would target 50% fib at 78,” says RichardSexton, analyst at IFR Markets. However, AUD/JPY may be primed for a …ction after the recent long retreat from the peak seen in July, given the Daily RSI
15.08.2012 [The Press Association] - RichardSexton, director of e.surv chartered surveyors, part of LSL, said: "The Scottish housing market is climbing the ladder to recovery rung by rung. Despite the impact of the Jubilee bank holidays, house sales so far this year are 9% higher than in
04.09.2012 [FT Adviser] - Lenders may retrench even further if the cost of funds get more expensive, which is likely if the eurozone crisis escalates, RichardSexton, director of E.surv chartered surveyors, told FTAdviser. Mr Sexon said he did not believe lenders wanted to
29.08.2012 [FT Adviser] - RichardSexton, director of e.surv, part of LSL, said the Welsh housing market was a long way from healthy, but figures suggested its “fundamental resilience” in the face of ongoing recession. First-time buyers benefited from lower prices compared to
14.08.2012 [Mortgages.co.uk] - RichardSexton, business development director of e.surv, said: "While credit is so scarce, banks would rather focus on sustaining lending to wealthier borrowers and buy-to-let landlords. "The mortgage market has a long way to go before it climbs out