There are different things that can be perplexing or frustrating while navigating aftermarket sites.
One of then on Sedo for me is where the make an offer listing includes what I deem improper wording.
When you look at ZZE.com, this is a make an offer name. It says Seller’s asking price 500 GBP, asking price is the price being asked to complete a sale.
Now we all know ZZE.com is not selling for 500GBP, so why not have it say minimum offer like VQX.com
There is no reason for this in my opinion. It looks bad. Look something is either make an offer. Buy it now or accepting offers this is the asking price/Buy it now.
What is asking price?
The asking price is the amount a home seller wants a buyer to pay to purchase his home. The asking price is generally part of the property listing and is not the final price paid by the borrower.
Also called the list price, the asking price is the amount of money the home seller hopes to obtain from selling his or her home. The amount of the asking price depends on various factors, including market conditions.
The seller may qualify the stated asking price as firm or negotiable. Firm means the seller is implying that the price is fixed and will not change.
Sedo does not provide that extra verbiage to qualify the asking price. Normally it means the price can be lower not higher. Just say make an offer, minimum offer accepted.