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Scumbag Estate Agents Cheating The Old And Senile

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How about some emails to them, along the lines of the following:

"I am interested in selling my house in Kensington, and have heard you are able to arrange quick sales to cash buyers. I own a 5-bed townhouse, and would like £200,000 for it. Do you have any agents with relatives willing to buy it at this price?"

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How about some emails to them, along the lines of the following:

"I am interested in selling my house in Kensington, and have heard you are able to arrange quick sales to cash buyers. I own a 5-bed townhouse, and would like £200,000 for it. Do you have any agents with relatives willing to buy it at this price?"

sounds good

:lol:

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The pair introduced Mr Hill to a lawyer and contracts were exchanged, at a price of just under £1m.But when Mr Hill told his neighbours about what had happened, they were horrified and lawyers were instructed in a bid to have the deal rescinded.

Mwhaha he probably thought he'd hit the jackpot when EA found and buyer and he exchanged contracts for near £1,000,000 which is the price he wanted to sell at.

Thank goodness his neighbours immediately knew to the nearest million/ten thousand, what his house was worth.

£800,000 ish more.

Can't have sales going through at the margin to bring down other neighbours homes in value in the area. Yes it does sound bad practice, but the thought of horrified neighbours knowing their homes would likely fall in value is amusing. Horrified for themselves I suspect, than him selling for about £1 million.

Let's hope all older owners confer with their well-informed neighbours, who for many at HPC want lower house prices themselves. To ensure they get the latest bubble price from buyers who will always pay more, and who never know what they were doing and lured into it.

Edited by Venger

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