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I have noticed that kfh estate agents in London always keep property on this site which are already under offer however the advert doesn't say this. You are only told this when you ring up after they ignore your emails. What is the point of them doing this and isn't this illegal because the advert doesn't say that the property is under offer ?

Asked on Apr 30 2013, Using Zoopla in London | Report content

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  • The 'Under Offer' classification is quite broad. Delayed marketing (the listing of old properties that have long since let or sold) is in theory illegal and you could report it to the ASA but it would be a nightmare to prove. Sadly there are too many agents across the UK that do this to grow their applicant database. The one thing you can do is report this to the 2 major portals (Rightmove & Zoopla) both of which want stock representations to be accurate & up to date. They may take their own measures to address this.

    Answered on May 15 2013, Report content

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