Should buyers be willing to put in more effort on properties they buy and not expect such huge reductions from asking price?
It seems like we have a generation of people who want a property cheap, they want everything to be modern and to their taste and they expect the vendor to pay by way of reduction. In times past we have sold properties without having to put in a new kitchen etc. What is wrong with putting in a little hard graft of your own? New builds offer those who don't like to lift a finger everything just so, why expect this from a second hand home? Lived in homes are lived in, the clue is in the title. We are sellers considering going off the market for some time, well, until such time when people can have the vision to look past what isn't perfect in their eyes. It is becoming too expensive to move through the sheer cheek of the offers so far received. Anyone else feel this way, or not?
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