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How To Sell Your House In The Autumn Market

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actually its a solid article, i know someone who has recently done this on a 1 bed flat in peckham, they simply werent getting the interest but sold it within a week after throwing in a Bugatti Veyron and Faberge egg

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actually its a solid article, i know someone who has recently done this on a 1 bed flat in peckham, they simply werent getting the interest but sold it within a week after throwing in a Bugatti Veyron and Faberge egg

Does that sort of thing really help?

I would be less inclined, rather than more, to view a house that "threw in" a car that I didn't want, it would be too much aggro getting rid of it. And if it's just about the value of the car, why not reduce the price?

tim

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It probably would work, so many people are mugs. That's why cashback schemes are so popular.

"So like if I buy this car, you give me £1,000 cashback! That's brilliant."

Whereas they wouldn't be as impressed if the car was actually £1,000 cheaper. People like to think they're getting something for free.

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actually its a solid article, i know someone who has recently done this on a 1 bed flat in peckham, they simply werent getting the interest but sold it within a week after throwing in a Bugatti Veyron and Faberge egg

...a big change from the days when you used to throw in the curtains and carpets. ;)

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Anyone want to put their hand up to this.

noavatar32.pngfamilyman 08/27/2010 09:21 AM Recommended by

27 people How to sell your house in the autumn market?

Ask considerably less than you were asking this spring and considerably more than you will be asking next autumn.

:D

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Anyone want to put their hand up to this.

noavatar32.pngfamilyman 08/27/2010 09:21 AM Recommended by

27 people How to sell your house in the autumn market?

Ask considerably less than you were asking this spring and considerably more than you will be asking next autumn.

:D

If you read their other comments then it certainly looks like somebody here :)

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but you would require lots of kids to need 8 bedrooms or lots of money to put up lots of visitors.......maybe the words "I don't want to spend another winter here" mean something, you need lots of cash to heat the place. ;)

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Here's a gaff for you all, just down the river from 'The Old Bakehouse'

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-30810137.html

AGENTS NOTE:

The vendors are prepared to sell, by separate negotiation, the majority of the furnishings, linen etc excluding pictures, ornaments and personal

effects. This could also include the Smart Car.

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Savills has consistently been an accurate forecaster. :o It now says mainstream house prices will end 2010 some 2.5 per cent lower than in January with another one per cent fall expected next year. The company's director of residential research, Lucian Cook, originally expected prices to grow in 2011 :rolleyes: However, he admits his change of mind is due to property sales that are now running 20 per cent below even the miserly volume seen last year. :lol:

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How did they manage to come up with this ?

p_house-prices_1703440c.jpg

lol :lol:

Is that from the torygraph? Who do they state as the source? Knight Frank? Savills?

Invert the last bit and it might be close!

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Is that from the torygraph? Who do they state as the source? Knight Frank? Savills?

Invert the last bit and it might be close!

An 8 year old with a ruler and some graph paper.

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