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Rent hike after we viewed, before we've even signed!
A Lettings Agent gave us a viewing on a property. We rang after to say we'd take it. They said they now want £350 MORE pcm than the advertised price! Can they do that? Should they not have said that on the Right Move ad in the first place? Is that mis-selling? My wife paid for a train and took a long journey to go and view it based on the price the agent advertised it at. Interested in other's views and experiences. Is this legal? Could set a ridiculous precedent at the least surely!? Lettings Agents pulling new higher prices out of thin air once a prospective tenant viewed...
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