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Valuer / city centre

By A.J. at 15:51, Fri March 23 2012, in Buying or selling - 3 responses

Be your own agent.Whats reasonably priced to you may be expensive or too little for somebody else.
Just take time to walk around the area a few times,taking note of any for sale.Inquire as to the price.You could be asking for a friend wh=o is still abroad and could well be a cash buyer.
Go into a local shop or bar,chat with somebody working there or a local who may well have the info you need.Maybe a neighbour sold up 3 months ago or whatever.

The point is that you wont necessarily get what you are looking for by hiring a third party whose vested interest is in getting commission from you - as much and as fast as possible.

Nothing wrong with that of course.
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