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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People are no longer offering under the asking price because they know that if they hesitate or put in a low offer the property will have gone.
Sellers in Edinburgh are the most confident of achieving their original asking prices, with only 22 per cent of properties for sale having their prices reduced - the lowest proportion across the country.
These promising results conceal the drop in asking prices in the ailing regions of Wales, the North West and Yorkshire and the Humberside over the last year, with falls of 1.
The highest annual rise between 2009 and 2010 was seen in North Wales with an increase in asking prices of 10.
1-bedroom, 1-bath, 875 sf co-op in prewar elevator building (Gramercy House); 24-hr doorman, concierge; unit has hardwood floors, renovated windowed kitchen, separate dining area, wood-burning fireplace, northern and eastern exposures; building has laundry room; maintenance $1,186; 52 percent tax-deductible; asking price $750,000; nine weeks on the market.
We do see significant decline in asking prices in certain counties, where the volume of available properties online has increased as much 400 percent," said Charles Thibault, Corzen Market Analyst, who conducted the detailed county-by-county analysis.
PRICE CHANGE: Fewer house sellers are reducing their asking price in the bid to sell their property
The Rightmove House Price Index for June 2011 is released today and reveals that average UK asking prices for new properties coming to the market saw a 0.
A new record was also set in London, where average asking prices have reached PS552,530, which is PS8,298 above the capital's previous high reached last October.
But as housing market confidence broadens, regions scattered across the country also saw strong year-on-year asking price growth.
ie show the asking price of houses in Dublin for the past three months is up 0.
Rightmove's House Price Index reports a fourth consecutive monthly average asking price increase, with a 2.