What does 'from' £110,000 mean?

Asked on Nov 7 2012, General in Southampton | Report content

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  • 'From' usually suggests the vendor wants close to asking price or a little over. In this market most sensible offers would be considered.

    Answered on Nov 8 2012, Report content
  • Normally this means that the seller's bottom price is £110k or that they are looking for offers in excess of £110k. Right now (nov 2012) I would use this just as a guide price as market generally feels fairly quiet - this may be different in Southampton. Good luck.

    Answered on Nov 13 2012, Report content
  • Basically no offers below £110,000.

    Answered on Nov 16 2012, Report content
  • It would mean the vendor is asking for offers above the value of £110,000.

    Answered on Dec 4 2012, Report content

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