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They are on rightmove. All their other properties are on rightmove. One has been removed. But it's still on their site.

What's going on?

It's one we viewed - and one if I could reduce the asking price enough would buy.

Big victorian place needs some work doing.

I'm just so suspicious about the reason why. Is there a logical one?

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They are planning on lowering the price and don't want it to be picked on on the historic's. It will go back on after the price drop.

Ooo don't tease me like this. I'm thinking one of them is after it... and wants to make sure no one else views it...

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I'm just so suspicious about the reason why. Is there a logical one?

Maybe sold or withdrawn, and they're slow to update their own site - which may be managed by some local deezyner who isn't the most efficient and responsive, or is just too expensive to instruct regularly, or ....

I get more suspicious of agents where propertybee fails to notice price drops, no doubt 'cos the reference changed. That's an agent move rather than a vendor one.

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I'm thinking one of them is after it... and wants to make sure no one else views it...

And they're going to pay for it with magic beans I suppose

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Finally something has changed on their site "Interested party, but ring for information"

Hmm... now I don't know what to do. I would like the house but I know what I'd offer is quite low...

Hmmmmmmmmm.

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They are on rightmove. All their other properties are on rightmove. One has been removed. But it's still on their site.

What's going on?

It's one we viewed - and one if I could reduce the asking price enough would buy.

Big victorian place needs some work doing.

I'm just so suspicious about the reason why. Is there a logical one?

It's a phenomenon we've not seen for a while - two parties interested in the same property !

It's the green shoots of recovery !

Quick, someone ring 10 Downing St. and tell 'em the news.

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It's a phenomenon we've not seen for a while - two parties interested in the same property !

It's the green shoots of recovery !

Quick, someone ring 10 Downing St. and tell 'em the news.

:)

I am very suspicious. It's a nice house but needs work doing on it - but it's a period house and is lovely and big.

I don't know whether to say I'm interested (Or hahah whether they know it's me who's interested in it and they want me to hurry up and offer on it) but would only offer low £80k rather than £120k they want for it.

I suspect it's one that would easily turn into a money pit though as there's possible subsidence issue at the back of the property (else I'd have offered already I think - but major structural work is just too much for me to suffer)

I think the sensible thing to do is let whoever it is buy it and suffer the issues I suspect will crop up...

It wouldn't surprise me if it's the EA ...

There's a house on rightmove that was bought by an EA a year or so ago (They declared an EA interest in it when it was sold for 115k) and now it's on sale for offers over 109k - speculation gone wrong -

I feel a bit cross and angry that I've not had a government bailout to allow me to buy this house I want...

*sighs*

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They are on rightmove. All their other properties are on rightmove. One has been removed. But it's still on their site.

What's going on?

...

I'm just so suspicious about the reason why. Is there a logical one?

"Never assume malice when stupidity will suffice."

EAs are not usually intellectual heavyweights; managing a website listing will tax the abilities of many of them.

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There's a house on rightmove that was bought by an EA a year or so ago (They declared an EA interest in it when it was sold for 115k) and now it's on sale for offers over 109k - speculation gone wrong -

How could that happen? EAs are property experts. :lol:

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