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This estate agent local to me must be mad!!!

Must have a very large cheque book!!!.

THEY HAVE 2 STAFF VACANCIES ASWELL !!!!!!!

Write me a cheque for a ton

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

I'd love to know if there is a clause in the contract something like:

"The Vendor agrees to modify the asking price after 6 weeks in the event that a sale has not been agreed to a price in line with any offers received during this period."

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This EA may well want to market below current market value has part of this offer.There was a similar offer around here sometime ago by a newly set up EA.The EA basically gives 2 valuations , one for selling in guaranteed fixed period(substantially lower) and one for conventional sale(higher|).

Incidentally there is a firm advertising £99 to sell your property in the Blaskburn LPS this week, but there is no time limit or guarantee to sell.Also flicking thro' the supplement little seems to be selling.

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This  EA may  well want to market below current market value has part of this offer.There was a similar offer around here sometime ago by a newly set up EA.The EA basically gives 2 valuations , one for selling in guaranteed fixed period(substantially lower) and one for conventional sale(higher|).

Incidentally there is a firm advertising £99 to sell your property in the Blaskburn LPS this week, but there is no time limit or guarantee to sell.Also flicking thro' the supplement little seems to be selling.

One of the many mysteries of life is why people don't take advantage of these offers. We had an agent round here years ago who used to do this - £100 a sale - as far as one could tell he offered a full service - stayed in business for a few years and then re-launched as a traditional agent. Now got half a dozen branches. Seems people WANT to pay a few grand to sell their house.

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