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Ray Boulger, senior technical manager at John Charcol, said: "People looking for a fixed rate mortgage should sit tight because I think we are going to see rates get a bit lower.
We've just got to be patient, sit tight and make sure we keep our powder dry."
Unless they are desperate, sellers will sit tight, sending turnover levels even lower.
ROBERTO MANCINI will not tout himself to Chelsea and is content to sit tight and await their call.
Small investors holding RBS shares can sit tight and "feel a little more optimistic about the company's future" says Nick Raynor, investment advisor at the Share Centre which says that RBS has given itself the best possible chance of raising the money by being first in the queue for new money.
GRAEME Souness looks set to sit tight on his pounds 20million offer to take over Wolves and decide against upping his bid to move in at Molineux.
We matched strides with Mill House, just behind leader Foinavon, and I again had to sit tight when he made a mistake at the last on the first circuit.
If their properties' vacancy rates are not critically high, it may be wiser to sit tight, keep the space off the market, and wait for the market's inevitable return in the next couple of years.
DISCREDITED A-level exams were labelled an "international laughing stock" last night as parents were urged by the man investigating the fiasco to "sit tight." Tens of thousands of pupils are expected to be affected by the regrading of 31 subjects - far more than the 12 subjects initially thought to have been involved.
At this point, a cell "decides" whether to proliferate, sit tight, or continue to grow but not divide.
The former England star still has a year to run on his contract and he is happy to sit tight and take his chances as a squad player if nothing arises, before leaving on a free transfer next summer.