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What would be considered a realistic offer?

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  • What would be considered a realistic offer?

    I am interested in a property in the Rotherham area that has been on the market since April 2012, which to me suggests it is overvalued.

    It is currently valued at £190k and came down by £5k from the original valuation after just 1 month on the market. Could anyone advise on what would be a realistic offer to submit for this property?

  • #2
    Re: What would be considered a realistic offer?

    Firstly how many bedrooms and secondly what is the condition of the house?

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    • #3
      Re: What would be considered a realistic offer?

      It is not selling for a reason.
      Whatever price you offer could end up being too much.
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      • #4
        Re: What would be considered a realistic offer?

        We need more information such as how many bedrooms and is it detached. What condition is the building in and what's the area like.

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        • #5
          Re: What would be considered a realistic offer?

          If it's been on the market for so long there must be a reason why it's not selling.
          Could you provide any more information or a link to an estate agents' listing?

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          • #6
            Re: What would be considered a realistic offer?

            Hi,

            As an Estate Agent, any offer is a good offer!

            Don't insult the owners with a low offer, do your research and explain how you came to your figure.

            Chances are if its been on a while the agent has spoken to the owner about price so they may well be open to an offer. Does not cost to put an offer in so give it a try!
            Jacks and Jones Estate Agents
            http://www.jacksandjones.co.uk

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