That's really true. I viewed a house recently and I've never seen so many people through the door for one property or so many SUVs outside a place. It's so daunting but in the end only I and another person ended up bidding.Viewers are not necessarily interested parties. They might just be nosey people. Don't adjust your bidding strategy after seeing the brand of cars other viewers drive. Stick to your budget and good luck.
Why is there talk of silly money after some open viewings and no offers? Silly money only comes from silly buyers......Went to my first (& last) open viewing ... lots of neighbours (& other interested) people in Audi’s there. I went round in a bit of a daze tbh. Anyway, the interior was nicer than expected (I was hoping that would put potential buyers off). A friend had gone to the earlier open viewing and said lots of interested parties there also ... he bumped into a good friend who came down from Dublin midweek to view with his wife! EA seems a nice guy (family have dealt with him lots before). He said that he’d expect offers to be in next week ... tbh, I’d say that it’s already started. As my friend said, this could go for silly money.
Nothing you can do about them. Don't worry about things you can't control. You don't even know for certain if there are cash buyers bidding.Should I be fussed about cash buyers?
Just wait. You're currently highest bidder.Am wondering what my next step should be?