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<_< I am trying to advice a friend to use multiple agents instead of a sole agent to sell her property in Notting Hill. The one bed flat has been on the market for several months. Two time-wasters have made an offer each and then pulled out after she had taken the property off the market. She now insists to use a different but still "sole agent" on the grounds that "a property appearing with all the local agents would end end looking cheap", regardless of the asking price, just because it is on sale everywhere!

Any feedback?

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I agree with your friend. A house on the market with multiple agents seems a definite indicator of a distressed seller. As a seller you probably do not want to send out this sort of signal.

I think that most buyers look on rightmove so one agent should be sufficient.

Edited by stripycat

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