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My guess is the higher one was the original EA and the owner hasn't told them to either not bother or to drop the price.

There was a house I liked on for 315, then they changed agent and it went up to 320. Now they are on with an extra agent at 315 again but still on with the old agent at 320. Not as crazy a price gap as your one though.

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This house, a 2-bed Bungalow is on the market by two EAs, look at links below to the relevant rightmove ads, but the price suggested/advertised by the EAs are ridiculously different.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-34204124.html

and

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-32908421.html?premiumA=true

the bottom one has a bluer sky, a house existing in such an environment is more likely to be able to grow trees that gives it extreme twig factor

In summary id say the more expensive one is underpriced based on the scientific evidence represented in the two pictures

Edited by georgia o'keeffe

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That price seems quite reasonable for inside the M25. I wonder how long the commute to the city would take?

It's 2 minutes walk to a (mainline) train station, Southeastern Train, where you can get to the centre of London, Canon Street, within 30-35 minutes.

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PRICE RANGE 185,000 TO 220,000.

That old chestnut...

This two bed semi detached bungalow would be ideal for a buyer requiring extra parking either for family or business interests.

Translation: Perfect if you have a caravan and lots of friends with caravans... Seriously look at the decor; it's another example of "definitely owned by pikeys" which must be the reason it's so reasonably priced. As has been said a 35 min commute to the city would normally demand more.

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