are actively advertising a property \'for sale\', but do not allow viewings.
The elderly tenant as vacated the property(probably nursing home).
For several weeks we\'ve been denied access to any viewings.
We believe that the Wilman family are withhold the sale, whilst conveying to the tenant there are no other interested parties
This allows the offer which they claim as been put forward (no doubt a reduced offer) an ability to succeed.
Consequently upon the successful sale of the property, the purchaser will pay \'the Wilmans\' a cash retainer!
Villagers accounts claim that this is not first time that the \'Wilmans\' have acted in a deceitful manner.
What agent could do to change your mind?
Let people view the property and offer the vendor the chance to recieve the maximum sale value.
If the property has truly \'sold\', alter the Web page and the \'For Sale\' sign with \'Under Offer\' notices.
Then the vendors family are not under the impression that Wilman & Wilman are still endeavouring to
actively market the property.