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Another Repossession, Another Dodgy Ea ?

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I was tracking this property before it was repossessed, originally up for £750k, then down to £650k before the bank took it.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-18519651.html

It's not shown as being a repo in the latest advert, but is now under offer... no deadline and no "offers over" is shown.

I've enquired with the EA who has told me that I've got 3 weeks to put in an offer but won't tell me what it needs to be over.

I smell another rat. If I get time today I'll get a LR report done and contact the bank (or its representatives) to enquire further.

There is another downside to the property, here is the aerial view (it's across the road to Highgrove Barns on Long Lane)

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=long+lane,craven+arms&aq=&sll=52.449079,-2.844343&sspn=0.007637,0.020385&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Long+Ln,+Craven+Arms,+United+Kingdom&ll=52.447706,-2.846339&spn=0.007638,0.02856&t=h&z=16

However, take a closer look at who your neighbours are on point marked A

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I was tracking this property before it was repossessed, originally up for £750k, then down to £650k before the bank took it.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-18519651.html

It's not shown as being a repo in the latest advert, but is now under offer... no deadline and no "offers over" is shown.

I've enquired with the EA who has told me that I've got 3 weeks to put in an offer but won't tell me what it needs to be over.

I smell another rat. If I get time today I'll get a LR report done and contact the bank (or its representatives) to enquire further.

There is another downside to the property, here is the aerial view (it's across the road to Highgrove Barns on Long Lane)

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=long+lane,craven+arms&aq=&sll=52.449079,-2.844343&sspn=0.007637,0.020385&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Long+Ln,+Craven+Arms,+United+Kingdom&ll=52.447706,-2.846339&spn=0.007638,0.02856&t=h&z=16

However, take a closer look at who your neighbours are on point marked A

yay, pikeys. Looks like they host their own Grand Prix in the field opposite them too, judging by the patterns.

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I was tracking this property before it was repossessed, originally up for £750k, then down to £650k before the bank took it.

http://www.rightmove...y-18519651.html

It's not shown as being a repo in the latest advert, but is now under offer... no deadline and no "offers over" is shown.

I've enquired with the EA who has told me that I've got 3 weeks to put in an offer but won't tell me what it needs to be over.

I smell another rat. If I get time today I'll get a LR report done and contact the bank (or its representatives) to enquire further.

There is another downside to the property, here is the aerial view (it's across the road to Highgrove Barns on Long Lane)

http://maps.google.c....02856&t=h&z=16

However, take a closer look at who your neighbours are on point marked A

Strutting Plonker :rolleyes: What the hell else would you expect?

We won't even look at a property round here that's on the market through them, regardless of how good it is, or whatever the price.

However, that's not cutting off our nose to spite our face...

Whatever comes on through them, you can 99% guarantee it's way over-valued, they'll behave like kno8s all the way through, and it will fall through when it gets down-valued to a more realistic level.

So we all know to give it 3-6 months, and it will land up with one of the other agents, with a nice chunky slice off the original asking price. By which point it's well stale, the vendors look desperate, and buyers just end up putting in even lower offers than they would have, if it had been marketed at the right price in the first place.

I really can't imagine why anyone around here instructs them, except through sheer greed hoping to get a ridiculous price. It sure ain't for their common sense, or their bedside manner with buyers :lol:

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