The property will change hands without appearing in an estates agent's window, or in an advertisement, or by being sold at an auction.
The sale of property by private treaty is the most common method employed by estate agents and involves preparing descriptive details of the property and quoting a definitive asking price. Details can then be viewed by potential buyers and viewings arranged.
a sale of property at a price agreed on by the seller and buyer without an intervening agency
a sale negotiated directly between the vendor (department/agency), or its agent, and the buyer outside a publicly competitive process
Sale Private sale of a property through an agent through private negotiation.
A phrase used to describe the method of sale of property when it is offered other than by auction or tender.
Selling price determined by Negotiation
The sale of a property at a price agreed to by the seller and the buyer or their agents.
The most common method of disposal of real property, in which negotiations are carried out between the vendor and prospective purchasers (or their respective agents) privately and in comparative secrecy, normally without any limit on the time within which they must be completed, before contracts are exchanged.
The sale of property by private treaty is the method employed by most estate agents, preparing descriptive details of the property and quoting a definitive asking price. Details are circulated - post email, website local paper etc: potential buyers may view the property and either agree to buy at the asking price or submit an offer to purchase. Agreement to buy at this stage (for England and Wales) is subject to formal contracts being prepared between the vendor and the purchaser and those contracts being signed and exchanged between the two parties.
A contract for sale not made at a public auction.
A property offered for sale at an asking price. Sale of a property via an agent through private negotiation and contract.