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My neighbours put their home up for sale about 6weeks ago (can't find other post that I made) for 750k, I think. They have had no interest to date and they have also reduced the asking price to 700k.

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Neighbours moved out last Thurs having reduced price to 699k. No idea of selling price. Needs no work on it. Sold to a developer but not sure if he was going to convert into flats or sell on. Lo and behold, arrived home today to see a for sale sign. Checked website, it is on for 795k and states sale agreed! I am in contact with my old neighbours but don't think I'll mention this.

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Neighbours moved out last Thurs having reduced price to 699k. No idea of selling price. Needs no work on it. Sold to a developer but not sure if he was going to convert into flats or sell on. Lo and behold, arrived home today to see a for sale sign. Checked website, it is on for 795k and states sale agreed! I am in contact with my old neighbours but don't think I'll mention this.

Go on ask them and put us out of misery on the what the real price was.

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how long will you have to wait?

Sometimes forever. Depends on how fast the solicitor puts the information through. Its generally upto 6 months AFTER change of contracts.

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