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messageFish need water estate agents?
Posted by Kalamiphile August 03, 06:36PM

Has anyone used this company to sell property. Looking to sell but would like some up-to-date recommendations. Many thanks

messageRe: Fish need water estate agents?
Posted by Sue August 04, 08:55PM

If that is the place near the station on the other side of the road, years ago they came look at my house when I was thinking of putting it on the market, and they had some very iffy sales techniques. I don't know whether they were legal, but they didn't seem very moral.

At the time, I wouldn't use them even if it resulted in my getting a higher price. Their methods would seem to have resulted in several distressed potential buyers, and I would have hated to have had that on my conscience.

But maybe they do things differently now. I'm surprised they are still there, tbh.

messageRe: Fish need water estate agents?
Posted by Aurorablast September 16, 10:18AM

We found the same as Sue. James (I think it was) didn't inspire confidence, was quite chippy and patronising, which wouldn't play well with potential buyers. Like Sue I'm amazed they're still going. Not had a good experience with any of the local agencies so can't offer a recommendation. If you do find one - please let us know!

messageRe: Fish need water estate agents?
Posted by EPB September 17, 04:48PM

If they an fit you in, try NoFlies.
If our very recent experience is anything to go by, you’d have a hefty job finding anything better.
They’re local, so know the area like the back of their hands, are straight as a die, and they gave us really caring, personal attention.

messageRe: Fish need water estate agents?
Posted by AsiaHorner September 24, 09:36PM

Very familiar. Before the quarantine, I also had a lot of plans: to find a real estate object, invest, and by this time I should have already received money. After the quarantine, it was not clear where to invest, how to do it and when, because the market has changed. I was interested in wholesaling real estate, but I have little experience in this field. To my happiness, I found a platform for connected investors where you can join any real estate investment club that is closer to you. I joined the women investor network, where you can share your experience, ideas, and resources. There is a full range of real estate services.

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