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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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All regions outside London recorded an increase in asking prices, apart from the South West which remained flat.
HOUSE sellers across England and Wales are typically agreeing sales at around PS10,000 less than the asking price, according to a property website.
High-end parts of the capital have seen average asking prices plunge by more than PS300,000 since August.
Property website Rightmove, which released the figures, said the average asking price of a home across England and Wales was PS310,003 in September.
The West Midlands has seen the biggest annual jump in asking prices, says Rightmove, with a 5.
Across the West Midlands, Solihull has the area where most properties on the market had their asking prices reduced - 37 per cent, by an average of PS19,173.
At the other end of the spectrum, sellers in Exeter are the least likely to have cut their asking prices, with only 22% of homes on the market their having been reduced in price.
Already, asking prices in London are typically PS55,458 or 9.
The average asking price in Dublin has gone up by 4.
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.
On a quarter-over-quarter basis, home asking prices were up by 3.
The exception is London, where asking prices are now 3% ahead of the national Retail Price Index (RPI), driven by a more robust market in the south of the country.