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Adam Bourne
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My girlfriend was recently looking at a house on the market for 220. She offered 222. Agent came back wanting more so she offered 240. Then they invited her to offer 276. A rumour in the area now exists, that 305 is the latest high bid. But while apparently swimming in these competitive offers, the place is still for sale, six months on… I call bullshit. 

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12 hours ago, eggsarascal said:

The property is empty, I don't know who owns it. My guess is a builder has bought it, done it up and is moving it on.

Moving some auxiliary accommodation onto the driveway would rapidly reveal them but is rather rude. Land reg, £3 ish. 

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