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'sold Stc' Then Back To 'for Sale'... Twice!

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About a year ago I saw an apartment that I really liked... Located somewhere I want to live, spacious, two bedrooms, great views, excellent transport links. AT £115K it was more than I could afford but seemed very reasonable for the location.

In due course it went 'Sold STC' but stuck on the EA's site for a long time and then the 'Sold STC' label disappeared. After a few months it went 'Sold STC' again and has been like that for ages... until a few days ago when it lost it's 'Sold STC' status again.

Why should somewhere with the credentials I've mentioned, at a reasonable asking price, be so hard to shift? Should I offer the £85K that is my maximum budget?

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Guest Bart of Darkness
Why should somewhere with the credentials I've mentioned, at a reasonable asking price, be so hard to shift? Should I offer the £85K that is my maximum budget?

Worth a try I'd say.

(It may be that it's suffering from collapsing chain syndrome and that there's nothing wrong with the flat itself. Depends how fed up the sellers are with all this messing about too as to how they view your offer.)

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