An estate agent declines to list Jane and Julian Davis’s property:
“Further to your letter dated 26th April 2008 regarding the proposed selling of the aove mentioned property. Whilst I understand the difficulty of the situation you are placed in with the problems caused by the wind turbines, until such problems have been resolved I am not able to place a current market value on the property as I do not believe any prospective purchaser would want to inhabit the property, or, indeed in the current climate, whether any mortgage lender would be prepared to lend on the property.
“I am therefore sorry to say that I find myself in the rare situation of having to decline any instructions to market the above property, until such problems have been resolved to the satisfaction of any prospective purchaser ot their mortgage lender.”
Russell Gregory MNAEA
Munton & Russell
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