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Agents provocateurs?

As the economic downturn continues and the property market is hit hard, estate agents fees could be set to rise.

15th November, 2008

As the economic downturn continues and the property market is hit hard, estate agents fees could be set to rise.

Aware that challenging times spawn new ideas, a London estate agent recently gave house sellers a choice. It offered a flat fee of stg£999 whether or not they sold a home, or gave house sellers the option of paying nothing upfront, to be charged the usual commission when the sale was completed.

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