Open Market Value

  • When a property must be sold to satify a debt, those responsible for selling must act with due dilligence to ensure the owner is not deprived of an open market value.
  • A property reposessed could otherwise be sold for significantly less than it is worth if an offer is made sufficient to cover the debt for a quick sale to the detriment of the debtor owner who might otherwise reasonably expect more change.

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Formerly a student living in a rented room my vision focused on excellence. Letting phenomenal student houses soon became more than a day job - more a way of life.

Continuing to look after our tenants I subsequently also founded what is widely recognised as a phenomenal student lettings agency.