Gazundering

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Gazundering is the practice of demanding a reduction in price to secure the sale of a property.

This is usually done during contract negotiation. The timing of this demand is usually intended to prevent the seller from rejecting the lower price,[1] as the sale could collapse if they did, although it may also reflect a genuine downturn in property prices in an area.

This is the opposite of gazumping.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gazundering Recipe - First Home Buyers web site
  2. ^ Gazumping and Gazundering - Channel 4