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buyertolet

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  1. Thank you for your message. The EPC is dated December 2008! What does that mean? That the vendor has been trying to sell since then? Thanks.
  2. I am interested in a house with two EAs. I have asked both EAs this question; they were both vary vague to begin with. "A while" "Since February I think". When pushed, both EAs were very reluctant to give me an answer (one got quite cross!). But eventually I got "beginning of Feb" from one, and "January 15th" from the other. PropertyBee tells me that it's been on RightMove since the 27th November. I don't know what to make of this. Could PropertyBee's "first found" entry (it is very specific - even the time..) be wrong? What do I do next? I don't trust either agent.. Many thanks!
  3. Thank you for your reply. My main reason for wanting to contact the vendor direct, is that the EA seem to have a rather vague knowledge of what happened to the house prior to their involvement. For eg. I asked them how long it had been on the market. They said they took it on at the end of Feb. I said "but how long has it been on the market". They said "I think since the beginning of Feb". I said "are you sure?". They said "yes". I then discovered Property Bee (which is awesome), which shows it to have been on the market since November. This conversation lead me to want simply to communicate directly with the vendor, in order to avoid the somewhat fluffy intermediary. Perhaps I need to be pushier with the EA? Many thanks.
  4. I hope to buy a house, which is currently being let out to students. I have some specific questions regarding the house, and, so far, the agent hasn't been very helpful (for example, telling me that "she thinks the house has been on the market (with another agent) since february" when, in fact, property-bee shows that it has been on the market since last November. Given that there is a previous estate agent involved, it does seem to make sense for me to communicate directly with the vendor. But, as they don't live in the property, I don't know how to contact them, as the EA won't give me their details. Is this normal? Is there a crafty way to, at least, find out the name of the vendor? The house is currently being let-out via an agency. And a connected question... What would be the reason for a house to, at first, be advertised by one EA and now be advertised by two (including the original)? Many thanks!
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