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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-31871201.html

Obviously you'll need Property Bee

I can understand dropping by a quid to get under £250k, or £300k etc...but there's no logic to this is there?

Maybe a clever wheeze to get people like me posting about it....or is there some 'email me any reductions' option on RM?

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I can understand dropping by a quid to get under £250k, or £300k etc...but there's no logic to this is there?

Yes, it resets the date on the listing, so that it'll reappear in the "last 24 hours" etc. it's basically a *bump*

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It might be more sensible if they reduced the asking price by a more substantial amount at the same time, since nobody is interested in it at that price. If they reduced it by £5000 every month then eventually they would discover what it was really worth.

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It might be more sensible if they reduced the asking price by a more substantial amount at the same time, since nobody is interested in it at that price. If they reduced it by £5000 every month then eventually they would discover what it was really worth.

I don't think the sellers can wait 2 years. :lol:

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Marketing - if you use things like globrix and filter for freshness - last 24/48 hours etc, to see what's coming on and/or dropping recently then its great marketing.

Till they blacklist you for gaming the system.

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Marketing - if you use things like globrix and filter for freshness - last 24/48 hours etc, to see what's coming on and/or dropping recently then its great marketing.

Till they blacklist you for gaming the system.

Or people start saying "Hang on, it's Summer now, why aren't there any leaves on those trees on the front garden?"

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