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If a property is marked "under offer", can I still make an offer on the same property or is it too late?

Asked on Sep 7 2013, General in London | Report content

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  • In theory it is possible as long as it is not in Scotland. A phone call to the agent will confirm how far along the process is and whether the Vendor is willing to take further offers.

    Answered on Sep 8 2013, Report content
  • Hi, as it says above, you will need to ask your agent how far along the sale process is. The vendor may still take offers higher than the current offer put forward

    Answered on Sep 8 2013, Report content
  • Hi, You can make an offer and by law the Estate Agent must submit it to the vendor.

    Answered on Sep 9 2013, Report content
  • In England & Wales, the Agent has an obligation to pass on your offer to the owner.

    Answered on Sep 13 2013, Report content
  • In my company an offer without the property being viewed holds very little weight. If you had viewed the property we would put forward the offer but if you hadn't the vendor may be wary that ultimately they may alienate their existing buyer to accept a viewing from another buyer. Then what if that buyer decided against it?! Grass isn't always greener

    Answered on Sep 13 2013, Report content

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