RICS valuations on my home
Big thanks to housem8, but can I pick your brain again or any one out there? my home is quite unique with no comparisons as are most of the properties on my road, I now know that they they will use previous sold prices and also the property values at current, but will they use what a property as been on the market for but then taken off and not sold. Or can they only use sold prices or current values, e.g. my home was valued by 3 estate agents between £220,000 to £249,995, but to go for a quick sale I chose to put it on the market at offers over £200,000. After 8 weeks and no buyer and stupidly after chat with agent who only wanted there £3,500 fee, I agreed to drop to £189,995, which shortly after I withdrew of the market with this agent, but this value shows up on rightmoveplus as being on the market at this value, will this go against me as this is not it's true value? I'm selling to relocate due to family illness.
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