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Discount on asking price in recession?

Can I submit an offer 2% below the asking price for a house in Thonock Close Lincoln LN2?

Asked on Jan 13 2012, House Prices in Lincoln | Report content

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  • Of course you can. You would be better offering 10% or more below asking price and negotiating upwards from there if the seller does not want to sell at that figure. Why 2%? You may as well be offering the asking price and get the house purchased if you really want it. Hope that helps. Spike

    Answered on Jan 16 2012, Report content
  • You can offer any price you like. Never make an offer based on what the seller wants for a property. Decide for yourself the value and if the asking price still seems reasonable try and negotiate yourself a deal.

    Answered on Feb 6 2012, Report content

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