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Zaranna

Ea Tricks..? :huh:

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I keep an eye on my local area on Rightmove, and I have just noticed a house reappear as Sold STC when I *know for certain* that it was sold and completed on last September, and disappeared off Rightmove shortly afterwards. I know this because it was bought by a good friend of mine who is still in it :huh: and definitely hasn't put it back on the market - I've checked!! But it's still reappeared as Sold STC! Is this, as I suspect it is, an EA trick designed to convince us that houses are flying off the proverbial shelves - they're putting back sold properties on to look like more is selling??? (And also, in the process, surely boosting the Rightmove average price?) Surely this is a kind of fraud?

I am getting more and more convinced that we are being fed a load of lies about the housing market at the moment - I don't trust anything on Rightmove any more. Has anyone else seen anything like this?

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