asking price


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asking price

Commerce the price suggested by a seller but usually considered to be subject to bargaining
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Greater London was the only region to record an annual fall in the asking price, dropping 1% to PS627,591.
86% less than the asking price - equating to PS10,623 in cash terms - Zoopla found.
In Kensington and Chelsea, the average asking price on a home was pushed under the PS2m mark between August and September.
In London the fall has been particularly sharp, with more than PS18,000 having been shaved off average asking prices in the space of a month.
The East Midlands and the East of England recorded the next strongest annual asking price growth, both seeing jumps of 4.
The study found that in Birmingham 27 per cent of homes have had their asking prices reduced by an average of PS13,917.
65% of homes have had original asking price reduced), South Shields (43.
And in a year's time, asking prices will be another PS17,000 higher than now as the "stark imbalance" between supply and demand continues to push property to more record highs, the website predicts.
It is also the fifth quarter in a row that property prices in the capital have risen, making the average asking price [euro]255,000.
PROPERTY asking prices lifted to a new record high of nearly PS256,000 in March amid a "spring seller rush", a website has reported.
Cutting your asking price to be cheaper than your competition and promoting your selling points better will be the key to avoid being an also-ran in the race to sell," commented Rightmove director Miles Shipside.
New research by Domestos says a clean house is guaranteed to sell more quickly and for the top asking price.