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Old 15-05-2016, 10:31 AM
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Default Which estate agent should I offer through?

About 6 months ago an estate agent showed us a property on an early viewing that they were in negotiations to take on. Nothing came of it as we found another house. However our purchase fell through and we are now looking again. This property is still on the market, however not with the estate agent that first showed us, the people selling decided to use a different estate agent an never had a contract with them at all. We'd now like to offer on this property but don't know who to operate through. The problem is that both estate agents in the mix know us well as one is selling our house and the other was working for the vendors of the house we were buying that fell through.

Legally I don't know where we stand and how we are to proceed. Any advice greatly received. Thanks in advance.
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