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What does 'just let' mean?

Asked on May 5 2011, Renting in Cambridge | Report content

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  • Simply means the property has just been let to a new tenant.

    Answered on May 6 2011, Report content
  • Instead of the traditional "Sold" or "Let" signage Accent Property signs display "Sorry... gone" and "Just Let". This is their pathetic tactic to try to make you believe that properties are flying off the shelves. In other words, the wany you to think you have to "get in quick or you'll miss out".

    Answered on Jun 5 2011, Report content
  • Someone has put in an offer to rent it and paid the application fee, about £200. Chances of them renting it are 50%

    Answered on May 19 2012, Report content

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