House Buying / Selling Thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Gaudion M, 8 Jun 2016.

  1. Try between 2% and 5 % depends on the state of the gaff too.

    Some properties people are scrapping over them. Full asking price if you really want it.
     
  2. drthingy

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    cheers mate whenever I was googling it previously i struggled to get a straight answer. now a lot clearer! will look for an accountant!
     
  3. Machiavelli

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    Cheers mate.
     
  4. denislawsbackheel

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    My son got 10% off in Bollington, my daughter got 9% off in Didsbury.
     
  5. Machiavelli

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    Thank you, it’s always good to hear what sort of reduction folk are bagging.
     

  6. Average is about 7% but there are a whole load of variables to factor in. Location, condition, desperation etc etc.
     
  7. cyberblue

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    If the house been on the market a while always go in low .if it gets refused gradualy up your bid .most sellers expect to be asked to get something knocked of .
     
  8. Shellac

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    And there's no way of knowing how low vendors are willing to go without going in with a low offer.

    I'm interested in finding out how much houses on my road have just gone for. How long after completion will I be able to find this out?
     
  9. denislawsbackheel

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    You can find out using several Free websites that tell you every couple of months how much properties have gone for in your chosen post code.
     
  10. denislawsbackheel

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    And the buyer’s position.
    Are they first time buyer, cash buyer, got something to sell, house free, mortgage agreed in principle or not...
     

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